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Synonyms for reintroduce

to bring back into existence or use

Synonyms for reintroduce

introduce anew

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He further informed that Spencer Eye Hospital is reintroducing corneal grafting and Phaco eye surgery which are very expensive private hospitals.
However, the trust argues that reintroducing the cats in Northumberland could boost tourism in the county.
Slagjana Dimiskova comments for Nova Makedonija that as everything else, the issue of reintroducing the visa regime became a pre-election issue and not a subject that is of high state interest.
India has set itself six months to find a suitable terrain for reintroducing the animal.
And reintroducing the death penalty is a step too far.
REINTRODUCING beavers to England's rivers could boost wildlife, reduce flooding and cut the costs of dealing with pollution, a report said today.
The plan, called Pleistocene rewilding, suggests reintroducing into Arizona, the Great Plains, and elsewhere various species--such as Bactrian camels, peregrine falcons, and Old World cheetahs--that were once native to North America.
Western Michigan University (WMU), Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA is reintroducing its paper coating course, beginning with a four-day offering July 18-21, 2005.
Reintroducing frequent fires can mimic natural, lightning-caused fire, boost plant populations and wildlife forage, and reduce severe fire hazard.
A country might still conclude that the benefits of reintroducing a national currency outweigh the costs.
In addition, 83% said that decreased morbidity would influence their decisions to reintroduce a rotavirus vaccine, and 95% cited fear of adverse reactions as a barrier to reintroducing the vaccine.
'In addition, by reintroducing scheduled air services we would play our role in the post-war reconstruction of Iraq.
Americans United charged that Istook is reintroducing the measure now to capitalize on Religious Right-led hysteria over the recent ruling by the U.S.
Across the nation, particularly in western states, ranchers are feeling the bite of the so-called "wolf recovery" program, which began with reintroducing wolves to Yellowstone National Park in 1995.