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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinstitute.

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Examples

  • The 48th Assault Helicopter company has progressively "reinstituted" through the years at the VHPA reunions and, since the reunion in Nashville, has established a "Bluestar," e-mail reflector list to help everyone keep in contact and assist us as we try to locate former members of the unit.

    May, David M.

  • The 48th Assault Helicopter company has progressively "reinstituted" through the years at the VHPA reunions and, since the reunion in Nashville, has established a "Bluestar," e-mail reflector list to help everyone keep in contact and assist us as we try to locate former members of the unit.

    Reid, Jon E.

  • President Obama, who had traveled far already from his origins when he reinstituted military tribunals and defended the treatment of Bradley Manning, is now seen to have cast his lot with a long history of secret wars and overthrows and kinetic military operations extending back to Iran in 1953, Guatemala in 1954, Vietnam in 1963, and Nicaragua in 1984.

    David Bromwich: The CIA, the Libyan Rebellion, and the President

  • If they reinstituted marking with a X most would still mess that up.

    Should a voting literacy test be re-instituted? « Literacy « Literacy Help « Literacy News

  • President Obama, who had traveled far already from his origins when he reinstituted military tribunals and defended the treatment of Bradley Manning, is now seen to have cast his lot with a long history of secret wars and overthrows and kinetic military operations extending back to Iran in 1953, Guatemala in 1954, Vietnam in 1963, and Nicaragua in 1984.

    David Bromwich: The CIA, the Libyan Rebellion, and the President

  • Pressured by federal government and other public officials, he reversed this stance but reinstituted the ban in 1958.

    Revising--And Plagiarizing--Colorado History With Frank McNulty

  • He constantly reminds the reader that there was a weird religious motivation for much of this: the Christian belief that Jesus would not reappear until the Jews were restored to Jerusalem and had rebuilt the Temple and reinstituted the practice of sacrifice.

    The City With the Big Ego

  • Four days later, an Eighth Circuit panel voted 2-1 to issue an emergency, temporary stay of Judge Nelson's order ie, they put it on hold and reinstituted the lockout.

    Gabriel A. Feldman: The Legal Issues Behind the NBA Players' Decertification Strategy

  • “•The Hubble Space Telescope repair mission was reinstituted

    Vote To Keep Mike - NASA Watch

  • Mr. Cutler reinstituted a buy after the news and picked up an additional return of 180% by year's end, including a 145% pop on the day of the news.

    Biotechnology

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