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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.

    After a Recall,

  • 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.

    Philocrites: Harvard update on Emerson UUA professorship.

  • 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.

    Barrett Bolts State Senate Race

  • 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.

    Press Briefing By Mccurry Pifer And Bell

  • 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.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • Mr Springborg was at the Strathpine railway station to reannounce his plan to build more commuter car parks.

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  • So, why did you choose to reannounce yourself with "We Break the Dawn"?

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  • This obsession to announce or reannounce deaths, to seem privy to morbid news, or to write finis particularly afflicts literary and journalistic professionals.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 3


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