reestablish


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Synonyms for reestablish

to bring back into existence or use

Synonyms for reestablish

bring back into original existence, use, function, or position

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It is an excellent way to reestablish the line of scrimmage and play on the offensive side of the ball.
The only way to repair it is to reestablish responsible use of credit.
For seven days, officials at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tried to reestablish contact, but without success.
Mohlenbrock, MD, asserts: "Now is the time for physicians to reestablish their legitimate right to make clinical decisions by eliminating the intrusive utilization management techniques of managed care 12 Mohlenbrock is on the right track here.
Our goal is to help reestablish people's passion for popcorn as only Orville could.
Being a father of 5 children and head of his family, Younas had to look after his family as well as his ailing wife; to do so he had to reestablish his tailoring business to fulfil his expenditures.
We try and make designs that reestablish people's connection with nature and with their physical environment.
They want to reestablish the old natural equilibrium, even if it does cost the sawyers a valuable red oak resource and even if deer and turkey end up shortchanged on the acorn crop.
This dominion, the erotics of which Vincent accepts so unreflectively, is linked in important ways to newfound successes by the Right to reestablish control over the territories associated with gender by denying funding for abortions in third-world countries and by attempting to enforce heterosexuality as a condition for welfare funding in the United States.
Support civilian reintegration of former combatants and reestablish law enforcement and criminal justice systems;
Columbia Gas of Ohio has created a special telephone line for customers seeking to reestablish their natural gas service before winter, the company said today.
These professionals can provide the expertise to reduce swelling, relieve pain, reestablish range of motion, and begin the restrengthening process.
Yet they only need about 25,000 nuts per year to feed themselves and their offspring, so a large number of seeds remain to germinate and reestablish seedlings.
Cincinnati Zoo and Trinidad Division of Wildlife Working to Reestablish Macaws
Engineers are hoping that the craft's solar panels will eventually power SOHO's transmitter long enough for ground-based antennas to reestablish communication with the craft.