Definition of Reinstatements

1. Noun. (plural of reinstatement) ¹



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Definition of Reinstatements

1. reinstatement [n] - See also: reinstatement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinstatements

reinspiriting
reinspirits
reinstall
reinstallable
reinstallation
reinstallations
reinstalled
reinstalling
reinstallment
reinstallments
reinstalls
reinstalment
reinstate
reinstated
reinstatement
reinstatements (current term)
reinstates
reinstating
reinstation
reinstations
reinstigate
reinstigated
reinstigates
reinstigating
reinstil
reinstill
reinstilled
reinstilling
reinstills
reinstitute

Literary usage of Reinstatements

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1. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1898)
"Showing, by sex, the number of appointments, separations, and reinstatements, and the number of persons remaining in the service, of those appointed through ..."

2. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1895)
"The statistics as to reinstatements a all soldiers and sailors who served in the ... Many other appointments of preference claimants and reinstatements of ..."

3. The Commercial & Business Aspects of Municipal Electricity Supply: A by Alfred H. Gibbings (1899)
"In the matter of reinstatements, the cost of different paving is given in Table ... From Table XXIV., it will be seen that the cost of reinstatements varies ..."

4. Reports of the New York State Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate the by Schuyler M. Meyer (1922)
"Illegal reinstatements. Of the 38 cases of reinstatement under this section ... Four of these reinstatements took place after the opinion had been rendered. ..."

5. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1894)
"... or death, and the number of reinstatements for the year ended June 30, 1893. , All of these were printers' assistants. 3 were substitutes. ..."

6. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1905)
"TRANSFERS AND reinstatements, The revision of the rules adopted April, 1903, ... reinstatements have increased, there having been 192 more during the year ..."

7. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1902)
"Showing, by sex, the number of appointments, separations, reinstatements, etc. ... Showing the number of reinstatements under the provisions of Rule IX in ..."

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