from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being reintegrated
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A renewing, or making whole again. See redintegration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reintegrating; a renewing or making whole again.
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Petraeus, he noted, has up to $100 million in emergency funds to get this program operational and understands, from his time in Iraq, not only how critical reintegration is but how to make it work.
Complementary linkages between the short-term reintegration efforts of UNHCR, such as quick-impact projects, and the development activities of WFP and others should be built so as to promote sustainable socio-economic recovery and a successful reintegration of returnees.
One is called reintegration, which is done a lot on the battlefield.
However, in the context of longer-term reintegration, a balance must be struck between supporting ex-combatants 'specific needs and the needs of the wider community in order to prevent resentment.
The NEG grant will also provide short-term reintegration counseling services to help residents of the storm-impacted counties address complex life issues that may have become barriers to employment.
“Normally,” the Doctor said, “this will result in what they call a reintegration.
Taliban commanders changing sides - a process known as "reintegration" - in exchange for their removal from target lists.
In the absence of progress in high-level contacts with the Taliban, the U.S. and Afghan officials are concentrating on the so-called reintegration program that aims to woo Taliban foot soldiers and midlevel commanders from the battlefield with offers of amnesty and jobs.
Reservists, who go back to places where the wars often are a faint echo, face particular rigors in what the military calls "reintegration."
Another track of the peace process, the so-called reintegration effort that aims to lure low-level Taliban fighters off the battlefield with promises of amnesty, cash and jobs, are also moving slowly — in part because it is drawing impostors seeking to profit by pretending to be pacified insurgents.
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