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Definition of Reinstitute
1. institute [v -TUTED, -TUTING, -TUTES] - See also: institute
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Literary usage of Reinstitute
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Closing Maintenance Depots: Savings, Workload, And Redistribution Issues by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"Further, DOD'S March 1995 report to Congress on the public-private competition program stated that it cannot reinstitute these competitions until adequate ..."
2. Living With Siva by Subramuniya (2001)
"¶In London, in response to a move to reinstitute beating, public school teachers said they would not cane even if lobbying by conservative members of ..."
3. Guide for Industrial Waste Managementby Birute Vanatta by Birute Vanatta (2000)
"Upon completion and verification of cleanup goals reinstitute the original or modified ground-water monitoring program if the unit is still in active use. ..."
4. Proceedings by American Society of Civil Engineers (1907)
"... that the trustees determined that, under the old name of Queens College, they would enlarge its scope and reinstitute a complete collegiate course. ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"In 1815 he petitioned Ferdinand VII to reinstitute the Cortes and for this he was thrown into prison and later banished to Valladolid. ..."