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  • verb Present participle of reconstitute.

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Examples

  • But Emma is, as usual, the least reliable reader of Austen's text, and my point in reconstituting what Austen has obscured is to call attention to the extended similarity of the two injured parties at Box Hillunmarried women without incomes, bound to each other by bloodand the conspicuous difference between the two actors who have assumed the right to impose on these paired women as they choose: a privileged woman and a privileged man.

    Saying What One Thinks: Emma--_Emma_--at Box Hill

  • I have asked the Chairman, Mr. Ian Macdonald, to make recommendations to the Government, which I expect to have shortly, which in reconstituting the Committee will place the emphasis much more squarely on the functional and economic policy problems which Canada will face and, indeed, faces now, and in devising means within our jurisdiction to solve them.

    A New National Economic Policy

  • Even from a purely historical point of view the idea of reconstituting the

    Belgium From the Roman Invasion to the Present Day

  • Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam said the apex court could also examine the idea of reconstituting SIT in the wake of a recent judgment of the court in Sheikh Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, in which it had passed certain adverse remarks against one of its members and Inspector General of Police Geeta Johri, who is part of the SIT.

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  • Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam said the apex court could also examine the idea of reconstituting SIT in the wake of a recent judgment of the court in Sheikh Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, in which it had passed certain adverse remarks against one of its members and Inspector General of Police Geeta Johri, who is part of the SIT.

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  • He said, the apex court could also examine the idea of reconstituting SIT in the wake of a recent judgement of the court in Sheikh Sohrabuddin fake encounter case.

    The Economic Times

  • I could see that he was hesitating and that the idea of reconstituting parties, which had always been one of his most cherished and important schemes, was very present with him, but I think that the conviction of the necessity of the restoration of the confidence of the financial publics of Europe finally prevailed with him, for he decided to offer the Treasury to Sonnino, to whose measures he subsequently gave the most thorough and loyal support, though some of them were the reverse of popular and not of possible effectuation without his earnest support.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist

  • The company might get more time to complete some of the steps it is taking, such as reconstituting its board with a majority of new directors.

    U.S. Regulators to BofA: Obey or Else

  • While noting that the changes needed to turn schools around usually depend upon establishing collaborative relationships with school staff, the report also recognizes procedures for "reconstituting" low performing schools that involve replacing the principal and other school staff.

    Clinton Meets With Mayors On Strengthening Public Schools

  • He made it an invariable rule in conducting inquiries of this nature to adopt the French method of "reconstituting" the incidents of a crime, so far as such a course was possible in the absence of the persons concerned.

    The Albert Gate Mystery Being Further Adventures of Reginald Brett, Barrister Detective

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