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Synonyms for reoccupy

to occupy or take again

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The CDA staff also started plantation at the site immediately so that the encroachers could not find it easy to reoccupy the site.
This reportedly forced the families to make another attempt to reoccupy the lot.
Last week, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, in response to a major rocket bombardment of southern Israel, said the IDF should reoccupy the Gaza Strip so that the Israeli government could effectively defend its citizens, even if it jeopardized peace talks with the Palestinians.
It said that Barak has no legal authority to allow the settlers to reoccupy the building before such an appeal process takes place and a final decision is issued by the Israeli High Court.
Meanwhile, an Al Qaida-affiliated group launched an attack yesterday on Radda, a small town about 170 kilometres southeast of Sana'a, in an attempt to reoccupy it hours after a suspected American drone killed at least 11 militants in the southern province of Abyan.
The problem is that whenever protesters post something on Twitter or Facebook that they are going to reoccupy the place, more security personnel are brought in and businesses are told to close.
BUNGLING unibosses yesterday begged students to reoccupy a campus building hours after sparking a major police operation to evict them.
Katz's statement came in response to recent calls in Israel to exploit the current situation in Egypt and undertake a pre-emptive military strike in Gaza or at least to reoccupy the Philadelphi crossing between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.
Local authorities can earn a reward equal to the amount of council tax raised from each property they reoccupy, said Communities Minister Andrew Stunell.
Initial reports said the Thai troops plan to reoccupy the area, but the Cambodian side is trying to convince the Thai troops to return to their previous position about 800 meters away.
The Jewish state ostensibly withdrew from the village in 2000 when it pulled out of most of South Lebanon, only to continue incursions and then reoccupy it during the 2006 summer war.
Likewise, the less-visible returning warblers will be pleased to reoccupy their former territories.
Likewise, the less visible returning warblers will be pleased to reoccupy their former territories.
Now it threatens to reoccupy the territory once again and to literally destroy Hamas as a military and political entity, thus weakening the hand of the Palestinians even further in the never ending peace negotiations, with the resultant that the territories which would constitute a future Palestinian state will not exceed a few ghettos dispersed among the monstrous Israeli colonies of illegal Zionist settlers.
The upshot of the whole debacle was a morale-sapping total withdrawal from the area regained which would allow the Taliban to reoccupy their lost territory within hours.