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Synonyms for rejoin

join again

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  • join again
  • return to
  • come back to
  • be reunited with
  • reattain
  • regain

join again

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  • join again
  • return to
  • regain
  • come back to
  • reattain

reply

Synonyms for rejoin

to speak or act in response, as to a question

Synonyms for rejoin

join again

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MIDLAND pop star Robbie Williams will NOT be rejoining Take That.
According to News Of The World, Williams, who had in 2008 revealed that he would be rejoining the group, has gone so far as to hire a personal trainer to assist him in reviving his ailing solo career.
Mr Gueant said France will be in the "command organisations" of Nato in the future, but did not specify when Mr Sarkozy has stopped short of such a commitment until now, saying only that nothing prevents the country rejoining the transatlantic alliance's military structures
Mr Sarkozy has stopped short of such a commitment until now, saying only that nothing prevented the country rejoining the transatlantic alliance's military structures.
Baghdad, Apr 20, (VOI) a" President of the Republic Jalal Talabani said on Sunday that the "subtle obstacles" that prevent the Iraqi Accordance Front (IAF a" Sunni parliamentary bloc) from rejoining the cabinet were removed, and the IAF submitted its nominees' names to occupy empty ministerial posts.
In 2000, he joined Topcon as the Northeast regional sales manager, before rejoining Makepeace.
THIS week's prize for the shortest memory goes to Blinky Walsh, who announced that he'll be rejoining The X-Factor judging panel only months after he was fired and vowed he'd never, ever, ever work with Simon Cowell again.
As reasons for supporting the rebels' rejoining, there were such answers as ''because they had originally been in the same party'' or ''because they have many ideas in common, apart from postal privatization.''
Iceland cannot escape the obligations of a convention by withdrawing from it and rejoining with a reservation against decisions taken by the convention that Iceland was part of at the time.
Peter Law, the new independent MP for Blaenau Gwent, might consider rejoining the Labour Party,But he wants an amnesty for party members who supported him.
The Anglican church in Cuba has voted against rejoining the Episcopal Church of the United States (ECUSA), despite an initial synod vote last year strongly in favour of the move.
"Keeping in touch should only be on a social or personal level as rejoining a former company should be from a go-forward point of view."
On 7 July, 1993, Douglas Hogs MP, the minister of state responsible for UNESCO, repeated these arguments to the House of Commons Select Committee on Foreign Affairs, but also admitted that in spite of these financial difficulties the possibility of the UK rejoining UNESCO, should the US rejoin, could not be ruled out: 'If we were the only country outside UNESCO we might, for political reasons, decide that this was profoundly unsatisfactory, in which case we might decide to rejoin and then we would have to fund it'.
"One of the rejoining members was Omer Mian, the association's former chairman, who earlier this year was jailed for mortgage fraud.
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement Thursday after President Donald Trump said Thursday morning that he was directing his advisers to look into rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal he pulled out of immediately after becoming president: