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  • noun The act of reinstituting something.

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Examples

  • 'So that leaves only some kind of reinstitution of the ancieni patterns, the ones that served us so well in the past.

    Poland

  • This is a world of reawakening power, power that Nick Fury means to control through the reinstitution of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Project he headed on his own world.

    06 « January « 2009 « Axiom's Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy

  • In Wednesday's conference call, Target's merchandising chief, Kathee Tesija , said, "Wal-Mart's reinstitution of its layaway program certainly hurt us in November," in regard to a slow start to holiday toy sales at Target.

    Target Net Rises on Credit-Card Lift

  • Moreover, inflows of food have correlated with Pyongyang's crackdown on the fledgling markets and reinstitution of the government-run public distribution system as the regime uses food rations to reassert political control.

    Food For North Korea's Poor, but Not for Its Government

  • As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime."

    Janet Langhart Cohen: Dr. King, a Monumental Man

  • This is a world of reawakening power, power that Nick Fury means to control through the reinstitution of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Project he headed on his own world.

    Comic Book Review – Squadron Supreme

  • As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime."

    Janet Langhart Cohen: Dr. King, a Monumental Man

  • As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime."

    Janet Langhart Cohen: Dr. King, a Monumental Man

  • As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime."

    Janet Langhart Cohen: Dr. King, a Monumental Man

  • As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime."

    Janet Langhart Cohen: Dr. King, a Monumental Man

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