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  • verb Present participle of reapprove.

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Examples

  • In Tel Aviv, a rift opened between Kimberley participants who opposed reapproving the diamonds for sale, such as the U.S.,

    Kimberley Process Keeps Diamond Ban

  • However, the the FCC finally appears to be on the verge of reapproving white space use.

    DailyTech Main News Feed

  • But as a marketing effort, the App Store's long-running, well, "challenges" may have tarnished Apple's rep as much as enticed millions of folks to send their money Cupertino's way. studying but not approving Google Voice and Google Lattitude, reapproving a Commadore 64 emulator, and more.

    The Register

  • But as a marketing effort, the App Store's long-running, well, "challenges" may have tarnished Apple's rep as much as enticed millions of folks to send their money Cupertino's way. studying but not approving Google Voice and Google Lattitude, reapproving a Commadore 64 emulator, and more.

    The Register

  • But as a marketing effort, the App Store's long-running, well, "challenges" may have tarnished Apple's rep as much as enticed millions of folks to send their money Cupertino's way. studying but not approving Google Voice and Google Lattitude, reapproving a Commadore 64 emulator, and more.

    The Register

  • But as a marketing effort, the App Store's long-running, well, "challenges" may have tarnished Apple's rep as much as enticed millions of folks to send their money Cupertino's way. studying but not approving Google Voice and Google Lattitude, reapproving a Commadore 64 emulator, and more.

    The Register

  • The moratorium prevents the issuing of building permits for 14 uses the board deemed undesirable, including concrete and asphalt plants, mining operations and adult-entertainment stores, while the county goes through the process of reapproving the zoning ordinance in a way that complies with state law.

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