Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reinstating; restoration to a former position, office, or rank; reëstablishment.
- n. In fire-insurance, the replacement or repairing of damaged property.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of reinstating; the state of being reinstated; re�stablishment.
- n. the act of restoring someone to a previous position
- n. the condition of being reinstated
- From reinstate + -ment. (Wiktionary)
“Whether one of out of 82 episodes broadcast to date is a sufficient hit rate to merit True-May's long-term reinstatement – he is due to step down at the end of the current run – remains to be seen.”
“His effort to gain reinstatement appeared to falter after he admitted in his 2004 autobiography, Pete Rose: My Prison Without Bars, that his previous gambling denials were false.”
“The league said the "reinstatement is contingent on Roethlisberger continuing to adhere to the program established by our advisors and avoiding any further violations of the personal conduct policy.”
“I applaud Alexis Herman statement on not considering a full reinstatement is not on the table.”
“In addition, defensive tackle Marcus Thomas, one of their best players, was thrown off the team in November for violating the conditions of his reinstatement from a suspension for violating the school's substance abuse policy.”
“Golly, I m surprised to see that the post about the draft reinstatement is still here.”
“But I don't know if full reinstatement is a slam dunk.”
“Even though numerous hurdles remain, the much-publicized Rose reinstatement is on a positive track.”
“(AP) Mike Schmidt acknowledged Tuesday attending a meeting last November between commissioner Bud Selig and Pete Rose and speculated the career hits leader could gain reinstatement soon.”
“To gain reinstatement, which under the agreed scenario would not take effect until Nov. 1, Rose must sign a document stating he bet on baseball.”
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