Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rehire.
  • noun The act of hiring somebody again.

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Examples

  • In most cases my interest in rehiring someone is not as much about the current job opening, it is usually more about them being the right people to have on the bus.

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  • In most cases my interest in rehiring someone is not as much about the current job opening, it is usually more about them being the right people to have on the bus.

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  • Unfortunately in rehiring teachers many of the real Nazis were brought back.

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  • It would seem that the new Oscar show producers, Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman, started out with the idea of rehiring Steve Martin - who has hosted the ceremony before in 2001 and

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  • Over the Santa Monica Mountains at Fox Animation, the same kind of rehiring is going on: every week, artists who've been off of Family Guy or American Dad for one month, two months or longer are being pulled back from unemployment to board and design new scripts.

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  • Over the Santa Monica Mountains at Fox Animation, the same kind of rehiring is going on: every week, artists who've been off of Family Guy or American Dad for one month, two months or longer are being pulled back from unemployment to board and design new scripts.

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  • Business brass are taking a dim view of the economic recovery, keeping optimistic statements to a minimum and making few growth moves-such as rehiring, capital investments, and so forth.

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  • The move came as the bankruptcy trustee charged with liquidating MF Global's brokerage unit said that the unit, MF Global Inc., would lay off all of its 1,066 employees, before rehiring 150 to 200 of them to wind down the operation.

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  • I'll stand up and call bullshit, Josh, every single time you repeat the right-wing lie that tying teacher evaluation and rehiring to the results of standardized testing constitute some kind of "reform," or that such "reform" is either necessary or desirable.

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  • Not only did his administration refuse to hire back any who had been terminated, it went to extraordinary lengths to ensure that individual strikers would never get their jobs back through the appeals process and that no legislation would ever be enacted that would result in the rehiring of even a fraction of those fired, despite the enormous costs of replacing them.

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