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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reactivate.

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Examples

  • When Annan floated the idea of reactivating the multinational force at a time when the rebels are still consolidating their hold on eastern Zaire, Washington made it clear that sending in troops would be premature.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Gol CEO Constantino de Oliveira Junior in November first flagged up the idea of reactivating some of its remaining 767s for charter services, explaining that "there's been a very strong demand in the charter business to the Caribbean for the high season".

    HEADLINES

  • Gol CEO Constantino de Oliveira Junior in November first flagged up the idea of reactivating some of its remaining 767s for charter services, explaining that "there's been a very strong demand in the charter business to the Caribbean for the high season".

    HEADLINES

  • Gol CEO Constantino de Oliveira Junior in November first flagged up the idea of reactivating some of its remaining 767s for charter services, explaining that "there's been a very strong demand in the charter business to the Caribbean for the high season".

    HEADLINES

  • Gol CEO Constantino de Oliveira Junior in November first flagged up the idea of reactivating some of its remaining 767s for charter services, explaining that "there's been a very strong demand in the charter business to the Caribbean for the high season".

    HEADLINES

  • The charge for "reactivating" it is minimal and can be done at any sales counter.

    Activation time for new cell phone?

  • This post reinforces the notion that nafarious intentions such as reactivating nukes or supplying radioactive material HAD TO BE THE INTENTION because as you so promptly pointed out, Polonimu 210 is both an expensive and traceable method to poison someone.

    Nuclear Terror in London

  • He expressed confidence that Soares 'visit would advance certain efforts, such as reactivating the Cahora Bassa hydro-electric scheme in Mozambique.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We are confident that your visit to our country will give impetus to the efforts already underway, such as reactivating the Cahora Bassa hydro-electric scheme in Mozambique, This will further strengthen our efforts to promote national reconciliation in Angola and

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Because the enormous cost of this arms race is not only determined by the strategic nuclear arms, but by a considerable increase of conventional weaponry, such as reactivating battleships, building more aircraft carriers and producing more landing equipment.

    LEADERS, VISITORS ADDRESS CDR CONGRESS

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