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Synonyms for reinstate

Synonyms for reinstate

to bring back into existence or use

to put (someone) in the possession of a prior position or office

Synonyms for reinstate

restore to the previous state or rank

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

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In the interim, we have agreed to provide funding to reinstate the service with immediate effect until March 31 2014 while discussions are ongoing.
2 billion fund to reinstate those who were dismissed after the war.
When it becomes impossible to solve a dispute and reinstate a dismissed worker, or the employer insists on the conditions under dispute, the Ministry, which is keen to avoid an abetment -- as the right to submit a labour dispute to the court will be lost after the elapse of one year from the date of termination of the contract (article 156 of the Labour Law) -- the Ministry of Labour calls upon the employers to cooperate and apply His Majesty's the King directives, as well as the dismissed workers who did not return to their jobs yet, to start to: 1.
Answer: An employer's duty to reinstate an injured worker arises from Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 659A.
Despite having previously urged Parliament to "take all necessary steps" to reinstate the traditional definition of marriage, Harper abandoned this policy during the election campaign.
a Council member, who has sponsored legislation to reinstate military conscription.
Recognizing they have a duty to reinstate returning reservists, many firms and companies are asking what the exact obligations are.
173 would reinstate a $0097 per barrel tax on petroleum, a tax on 42 chemicals and a corporate environmental income tax of 0.
According to Carlisle, the ballots asked 1) if committee members accepted or rejected the recommendation to reinstate compartmentation, and 2) about the suitability of the previous (2000) version of the standard to stand if part one of the ballot does not pass.
The suit to reinstate the law was brought by Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a Washington, D.
But what happens when the economic crisis is over - will these companies reinstate these benefits or not?
On Monday, the same court ordered Kenya Airways to reinstate the sacked engineers and technicians with immediate effect pending the hearing and determination of a suit contesting their sacking.
To make sure this work continues at pace, Budget 2017 will provide up to $812 million to reinstate State Highway 1 between Picton and Christchurch.
Leila de Lima that he had ordered to reinstate a police official allegedly involved in the killing of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
In cases where reinstatement to original jobs was not possible, the government took it upon itself to reinstate workers to other jobs of equal grades, pay and benefits," said its head Dana Al Zayani.