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  • verb Present participle of recharter.

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Examples

  • So the current direction, and the current leadership are very errant and in need of rechartering.

    It's Time To Go, Mike - NASA Watch

  • As Paz notes, The Project was drafted by the Muslim Brotherhood as part of its rechartering process in 1982, a time that marks an upswing in its organizational expansion internationally, as well as a turning point in the alternating periods of repression and toleration by the Egyptian government.

    The War of "Our Times"

  • The first step was to “corporative” state-owned companies, rechartering them as joint-stock companies, with the state initially holding all the shares.

    The Commanding Heights

  • The first step was to “corporative” state-owned companies, rechartering them as joint-stock companies, with the state initially holding all the shares.

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • Congress to interfere with slavery in the States, pronouncing the efforts of Abolitionists both alarming and dangerous to the Union; it opposed internal improvements by the general government; the fostering of one industry to the injury of another; the raising of more money than was needed for necessary expenses; and the rechartering of a national bank.

    A Political History of the State of New York, Volumes 1-3

  • In his annual report as Secretary of the Treasury, McLane actually made an argument for rechartering the Bank; and in his message of the 6th of December the President said that, while he still held

    The Reign of Andrew Jackson

  • I had no difficulty in rechartering to the men who had been asleep on the job.

    Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley

  • Matt concluded that he would retain his job as master of the tug Sea Fox for a few months -- say six -- and then ask Cappy Ricks for twenty thousand dollars, which amount would by that time be to his credit on the Blue Star books by reason of his half-interest in the seventy-five-dollar-a-day profit he and Cappy had annexed when rechartering the steamer Unicorn.

    Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley

  • Another important measure was that for the rechartering of the National Bank.

    A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)

  • McLane actually made an argument for rechartering the Bank; and in his message of the 6th of December the President said that, while he still held "the opinions heretofore expressed in relation to the Bank as at present organized," he would "leave it for the present to the investigation of an enlightened people and their representatives."

    The Reign of Andrew Jackson

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