reregister

reregister

(riːˈrɛdʒɪstə)
vb
to register again
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Baltabay's trade union was among a number of unions unable to reregister that year in accordance with the restrictive 2014 trade union law.
Rotary Technologies, a US manufacturer of reregister systems and diecutting equipment, has released the TCC 3300 digital diecutter.
The authority says thousands of people across Sefton are missing out on the chance to have their voices heard come the next set of local elections and it is hoped that the latest advertising campaign will help remind residents to reregister.
After that time, participants need to reregister for the course to access or complete the training.
Compared to the first quarter of this year, the mobile subscriber numbers fell by 1.16 per cent from 18.88 million due to the cancellation of many SIM cards under the aACAyMy Number, My Identity' campaign, where subscribers need to reregister their SIMs with their Emirates ID card.
The ARP, which will start this month and will end September 2015, intends to account for, register and reregister, capture information, update BI's database and provide assistance for visarelated problems.
Cardiff Blues are going green - The Arms Park region reveal their new kit for Europe Here's a "gimmick" that would actually be worth its salt in both marketing the Blues to the region and I reckon would make its money back and then some:-It's now time for all rugby players to reregister with the WRU for the coming season.
He will be able to apply to reregister after two years.
by officers Jeffrey O'Toole and James McNamara and charged with domestic assault and battery and failure to reregister as a sex offender.
The temporary measures will be in place for 10 months and patients have been told they do not need to reregister with another GP practice.
(Just imagine if China or India's telcos told their billion or so users to reregister their SIMs) Or is there some basic flaw in the systems here in the UAE that has necessitated this drastic step and added another bit of annoying bureaucracy into the lives of several million UAE residents?