remobilization

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remobilization

(ˌriːməʊbɪlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

remobilisation

n
the act or process of mobilizing again
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'Member parties are hereby directed to continue campaigns from tomorrow and focus on voter remobilisation and ensure that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is elected and declared the winner of the Presidential election.'
We are also working on a new strategic plan which should result in new strategies and prudent remobilisation of resources for the maximum return on our resource investment in the police oversight journey.
Rs4,367.5 million paid to M/s Dongfang Electric Corporation Ltd China under the heads of remobilisation and EOT cost and Repair, Replacement and Repacking.
Le secteur a enregistr[euro]u[c] une remobilisation des nappes phr[euro]u[c]atiques au nord et au niveau des hauts plateaux estim[euro]u[c]e [euro]u plus de 200 nappes, gr[euro]uAoce aux r[euro]u[c]centes pr[euro]u[c]cipitations, permettant de r[euro]u[c]pondre aux besoins du pays en mati[euro]uA re d'eau potable et d'irrigation.
We will happily return to site when all outstanding invoices are settled, and our remobilisation charges have been covered.
"Following the recent remobilisation of construction at Villamar, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Majed Al Khan who has extensive experience and good connections in the real estate investment sector," GHC chairman Hisham Alrayes said.
This week's public attack on the national unity government is evidence if any is needed that a threat of remobilisation of former mujahedin has not vanished.
It was earlier reported that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un had ordered the remobilisation of (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/488454/20130710/north-korea-troops-kaesong-kim-jongun-pyongyang.htm) 300,000 troops into economy-related projects.
With remobilisation in full swing, construction work is to be resumed by November 1.