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re-establishment

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act reëstablishing; the state of being reëstablished.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of establishing again, or the state of being reëstablished; restoration.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. restoration to a previous state

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Examples

  • This moment is about the inalienable right of the people of Palestine to self-determination, to freedom, and the re-establishment of normalcy to the lives of their children, within the context of reconstruction and reconciliation with a powerful, powerfully supported and certainly well-armed neighbor.

    Ru Freeman: A Voice for Palestine Is a Voice for Israel

  • Free admission seems now such an embedded part of cultural life that it is easy to forget both what a rocky road led to its re-establishment, and the fact that there are fairly strong arguments against it.

    Free museum entry is a treasure too precious to lose | Charlotte Higgins

  • She can see that the re-establishment of the King and the Bourbon government in France and the return of the priests will ensure radical and heretical scientific debate was silenced in Paris.

    A Conversation with Rebecca Stott about The Coral Thief

  • None of this helps achieve Mr. Obama's laudable goal of leaving a stable Afghan government that can defend itself and resist the re-establishment of terror safe havens.

    Obama's Afghan Choice

  • The re-establishment of the Baathists under subsidized awakening councils, the domination of competing groups of fundamentalist Shiites, the ascendance of Iran in Iraqi and Persian gulf politics, and the isolation of the Kurds all suggest potential future Iraqi strife and the eviction of American power.

    Matthew Yglesias » Over There

  • How can we regain their trust if not through re-establishment of the rule of law?

    The Paradox of Law: The Past as Prologue « Antiwar.com Blog

  • In a news conference, General Gonzalez called for the re-establishment of dialogue, which he said was the only way for his countrymen to resolve their differences.

    Ecuadoran President Attacked by Striking Police, Protesters

  • The progress of the tale ends in what is far more like the re-establishment of an effective Holy Roman Empire with its seat in Rome than anything that would be devised by a ‘Nordic’.

    superversive: Gondor, Byzantium, and Feudalism

  • On the possibility of removing sanctions, Ashton told the Iranians that "it remains our united position that this would accompany the re-establishment of confidence in the Iranian nuclear programme rather than be a precondition for discussing it."

    So why keep talking to Iran?

  • Najib Mikati announced his candidacy in a statement late Sunday calling for dialogue and the re-establishment of trust among Lebanese leaders.

    Opposition Candidate Poised to be Next Lebanese PM

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