- n. Plural form of reinstatement.
“Among the reinstatements was the certificate of Scott Griffis, who previously taught chemistry in the Sharon City School District, Mercer County.”
“AFTER THE JUMP -- Gray says he'll appeal teacher reinstatements -- Gray keeps several Fenty appointees -- will there be a real debate on role of charter schools?”
“Politically, now that Latin America stands beside Cuba -- as evidenced by diplomatic reinstatements with holdouts El Salvador and Costa Rica, and the reintegration of Cuba into the Organization for American States and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States -- the U.S. risks ruinous relations with countries that see the blockade as backward.”
“In a statement Monday, the hospital said that it was reviewing "employee actions" during the snowstorms and that more reinstatements were possible.”
“Those lawyers who've successfully agitated, first against military rule and more recently for these reinstatements can justifiably celebrate.”
“Boullard cited many cases, the results of which were small settlements, reinstatements and education programs introduced in the workplace.”
“Because the reinstatements depend on the hippocampus, damage to the hippocampus affects recent memories, but not old ones that have already been consolidated in the cortex.”
“Old memories are the result of accumulations of synaptic changes in the cortex as a result of multiple reinstatements of the memory.”
“The reinstatements followed a disciplinary meeting held on”
“They continued the work stoppage this week, defying a government ultimatum that they report for duty by Saturday or have their reinstatements withdrawn.”
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