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- v. admit again
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To admit again; to give entrance or access to again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To admit again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. admit again or anew
- v. admit anew
The Organization of American States says it will convene a special General Assembly June 1 to decide on whether to readmit Honduras.
Indeed, its watered-down language calling for Saddam Hussein to comply with "disarmament obligations" and readmit weapons inspectors into Iraq is likely why it passed unopposed.
But now it says it will move to readmit the Central American nation.
Spyker is still awaiting approval from the EIB to readmit Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov as a Saab shareholder.
Officials say the White House has already frozen some $800 million in security assistance to Pakistan in recent months because of factors that include Islamabad's refusal to readmit American trainers and military personnel who process Pakistani reimbursement claims—items that fall into categories on the U.S. performance checklist.
Private schools can enforce discipline as well as fail students and not readmit.
"We are asking the Italian government to readmit those persons who were sent back by Italy and are identified by UNHCR as seeking international protection," the agency said in Geneva.
The Organization of American States has voted to readmit Honduras following an almost two-year suspension that followed the ouster of the country's then-president, Manuel Zelaya, in a June 2009 coup.
Matt had already lost the fall semester, and if the school didn't act soon, he'd lose the spring semester as well -- if SOE would even readmit him.
But with its decision Wednesday to readmit Cuba, the Organization of American States betrayed those in their respective countries who sacrificed so much to accomplish that progress towards democracy.
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