Definition of Reaccredit

1. accredit [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: accredit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reaccredit

reaccessing
reaccession
reaccessions
reacclaim
reacclaimed
reacclaiming
reacclaims
reacclimate
reacclimated
reacclimates
reacclimating
reacclimatize
reacclimatized
reacclimatizes
reacclimatizing
reaccredit (current term)
reaccreditation
reaccredited
reaccrediting
reaccredits
reaccumulate
reaccumulated
reaccumulation
reaccuse
reaccused
reaccuses
reaccusing
reaccustom
reaccustomed
reaccustoming

Literary usage of Reaccredit

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1. Improving Breast Imaging Quality Standards by Sharyl J. Nass, John Ball (2005)
"... one for 29 days and the other for 32 days, under a valid MQSA certificate.6 Regardless of MQSA certificate status, facilities failing to reaccredit ..."

2. A Treatise on International Law: With an Introductory Essay on the by Roland Roberts Foulke (1920)
"... 12—King of Korea assumed 119. title of Emperor, but United States did « 1 Oppenheim, Int. L., 2 ed. (1912) not consider it necessary to reaccredit 118. ..."

3. Human Rights Watch World Report 1992 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (1991)
"Although its office was accredited as an embassy in 1988, the Kuwaiti government has refused to reaccredit it since liberation. ..."

4. Human Rights Watch World Report 1992 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (1991)
"Although its office was accredited as an embassy in 1988, the Kuwaiti government has refused to reaccredit it since liberation. ..."

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