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- v. To announce again
- v. To issue a second or subsequent announcement
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The CPSC can reannounce a recall if it feels previous efforts did not reach a critical mass of consumers.
It reports that a faculty committee decided, after conducting an initial search in the 2006-2007 academic year, to redefine the professorship as a "Professor of the Practice" and reannounce the search.
When she sought to reannounce the matter in the summer of 2005, during a hotly contested mayoral race, she was asked to hold off by particular local party leaders until the heat was over.
And I think this covers our projected travel now, as we know it, through June with the -- I'm not going to reannounce the trip overseas that you know about at the end of the month.
MY DEAR SUSAN ANTHONY: I thank thee most deeply for the assurance of a welcome to your deliberative councils in our country's centennial year, to reannounce our oft-repeated protest against bondage to tyrant law.
Mr Springborg was at the Strathpine railway station to reannounce his plan to build more commuter car parks.
So, why did you choose to reannounce yourself with "We Break the Dawn"?
This obsession to announce or reannounce deaths, to seem privy to morbid news, or to write finis particularly afflicts literary and journalistic professionals.
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