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reinstitute

(ˌriːˈɪnstɪtjuːt)
vb (tr)
to institute, organize, or establish (something) again
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His reaction is ironic, given the fact that he is a strong proponent of reinstituting death penalty in the country.
Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said on Thursday that it has taken measures through its representative office, protesting against the decision of the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration to list Taiwan as part of Chinese territory on its visa application website and firmly requesting for reinstituting Taiwan as a separate and distinct governance.
They called on both Ambassadors of ECOWAS and Guinea to work together in restoring harmony among the two nations' citizens as well as reinstituting access to free movement and trade.
Stamp has taken a balanced approach toward combating the opioid crisis, including stemming the tide from drug trafficking, holding physicians accountable for writing prescriptions properly, reinstituting strong prevention curriculum in schools and making sure resources and services are available for those who are seeking help to battle their addiction.
Summary: Italian Ambassador Massimo Marotti Thursday said Lebanon's prosperity was vital to reinstituting regional stability and presenting a democratic model for surrounding countries that remain entrenched in war and political upheaval.
Finally, the group urged Ma to take concrete actions to burnish his legacy by teaming up with China to jointly "recover" the Tiaoyutais, emphasizing the blood relationship between Taiwan and China in history books, reinstituting the Guidelines for National Unification mothballed by former President Chen Shui-bian in 2006, and signing a peace treaty with the mainland.
A spokesperson for President Obama, who prior to becoming president supported reinstituting a ban on assault weapons, did not advocate any new safeguards.
Reinstituting a tradition dating to the 1950s, the U.S.
"We will basically be reinstituting the strike notice given last July."
The department is also reinstituting small business set-asides for refuse services and the Navy's non-nuclear ship repair.
We set the dates for next year's meetings and we will be reinstituting continuing education with each meeting.