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- noun A renewed installment.
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- noun Alternative form of
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But I know that actively bringing about the removal of the pro-American and relatively secular prime minister of a nominally democratic republic in favor of the reinstallment of a brutal monarch led directly to the Islamic revolution and the anti-American sentiment embodied in it.roguestageQuote
Q Do you agree with the deferred payments, letting people make reinstallment payments on income taxes -- it's going to cost a couple hundred million dollars.
You are reinstalled with your full rank and record, and moreover, in order that your reinstallment may be unequivocal in the eyes of the public, I appoint you my special _aide-de-camp_ for the review of this morning.
Inheriting, it would seem, in full measure, the royalist and Cavalier sentiments of his family, he united with Sir William Berkeley, the royal governor, in the irregular proclamation of Charles II. in Virginia, a year or two before his reinstallment on the English throne.
A seven month's war was carried on, ending in a triumphant reinstallment of the teachers, a new superintendent, and a new board of directors.
The BPF is seeking changes to stamp duty when buying multiple properties and portfolios, reinstallment of the system of direct payment of local housing allowances to landlords, and it also wants rental developments to be specially recognised through the planning system ...