from The Century Dictionary.
- To apply again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- verb To apply again.
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They must reapply, that is, if they still have a verifiable new address.
That's where that sort of amnesty is, where people who had already lived in the country wouldn't have to leave to reapply, which is why that date is so important to you.
In which case she really ought to be made to 'reapply' for her job.
MacKay, has been told she must "reapply" for a job -- which will now only be half-time on domestic violence and half-time on adult abuse -- and that her administrative staff support position has been axed.
That way I could "get my papers in order" (I had no papers that weren't in order) and "reapply" for entry to the US - otherwise I'd be removed forcefully, which would automatically imply a five-year ban.
It is requiring its owned station employees to "reapply" for their positions, which are being redrafted in multiplatform digital terms outside union reach.
'reapply' for the public's favor, and people were thankful.
Selkies are able to shapeshift by shedding their seal skin, a risky endeavor because they must reapply the same skin in order to return to seal form.
In a nutshell, many of Far Northeast's schools would be closed and replaced by charters or magnet schools, or "turned around," with new leadership and with all teachers having to reapply for their jobs.
* How can I reapply my skills to other areas if my industry no longer has opportunities?