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tr.v. re·pub·lished, re·pub·lish·ing, re·pub·lish·es
1. To publish again.
2. Law
a. To repeat (a slanderous or libelous statement) that one has heard or read.
b. To reinstate (a revoked will).

re·pub′lish·er n.
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Noun1.republishing - the act of publishing again
publishing, publication - the business of issuing printed matter for sale or distribution
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The European legislator in Article 13 urges major platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, and Google to negotiate and sign agreements with copyright holders, and erase content that is not subject to a license agreement between the creator of the content and the platform it is republishing. AA Saba
The arrest of a teacher under Cambodia's lese majeste law has been condemned by analysts and human rights defenders, who have claimed it violates freedom of expression, as government officials warned media outlets on the republishing of content deemed insulting.
The statement read, 'My attention has been drawn to the republishing (in social media) of a letter from 2013 that has since been overturned by events.
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KUWAIT, Jan 21 (KUNA) -- Acting National Assembly Speaker Mubarak Al-Khrainij deplored in a press statement on Wednesday some media outlets republishing the offensive cartoons lampooning Prophet Mohammad, saying such an act insulted the sensibilities of one and a half billion Muslims worldwide.
Addressing the angry protesters JamaateIslami, naib Amer FATA Zernoor Afridi flayed the republishing caricatures in the strongest possible words, and said under the garb of the so called Freedom of Expression defamation of the last Prophet will not be tolerated, adding the Muslims will never hesitate to sacrifice their lives for upholding honor of the Prophet.
Starting with its November online issue, AJPH will be republishing selected information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.