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  • verb Present participle of reauthorize.

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Examples

  • And what CNN is told is that what they are going to try to do is stay away from the term "reauthorizing," and instead try to simply define the mission, make it clear it is about transitioning out of Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Mar 2, 2007

  • Setting markers for the legislative debate ahead, presidential candidate Herman Cain said he opposed reauthorizing extended unemployment benefits that...

    Cain: 'Where Do We Stop?'

  • Yesterday, a vote on reauthorizing three expiring provisions of the Patriot Act failed after most Democrats and a few Republicans voted against it.

    Newsflash: Tea Party didn't kill Patriot Act

  • The president has repeatedly cited this as a key to his administration's success in education and a blueprint in reauthorizing No Child Left Behind.

    Duncan Threatens to Alter No Child Left Behind

  • The provision had been included in a House version of a bill reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration introduced in the last Congress.

    UPS Says It Is Still Lobbying On Labor Issue, Clarifies Stance

  • We applaud the fact that you included several teachers and other educators as witnesses in today's important hearing on reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

    Julie Woestehoff: Parents to Senate Education Committee: You Need our Input on ESEA!

  • Administration officials on Tuesday had urged Senate Democrats to pass a House bill reauthorizing the FAA, even though it contains cost-cutting provisions the White House and congressional Democrats oppose.

    Lawmakers Digging In Over FAA-Funds Fight

  • U.S. Congressman Ted Deutch hosted an Education Town Hall in his hometown of Boca Raton, Fla. in anticipation of returning to session to debate and decide upon reforming and reauthorizing the federal No Child Left Behind NCLB law.

    Rita M. Solnet: A Telling Town Hall

  • A funny thing happened on the way to reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the sweeping school-reform law better known as No Child Left Behind NCLB: The debate over reauthorization has spawned a political alliance between the tea party and the teachers unions.

    Congress Backslides on School Reform

  • U.S. Congressman Ted Deutch hosted an Education Town Hall in his hometown of Boca Raton, Fla. in anticipation of returning to session to debate and decide upon reforming and reauthorizing the federal No Child Left Behind NCLB law.

    Rita M. Solnet: A Telling Town Hall

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