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Definition of Reregulate
1. regulate [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES] - See also: regulate
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Literary usage of Reregulate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Regulatory Reform in the United States by Scott H. Jacobs (1999)
"The 1989 legislation contained several measures to reregulate the industry to avoid future problems. 1n the new system, safety and soundness regulation is ..."
2. Airline Hubs: Fair Competition Or Predatory Pricing, Hearing Before the edited by Mike Dewine (1999)
"Let me repeat what I said in my opening statement that I will continue to oppose any policy that aims to reregulate the airline industry. ..."
3. Mergers and Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: Congressional edited by Orrin G. Hatch (2000)
"... because of FCC has gone off and tried to reregulate the system with a 700-page, single-spaced order. That is the problem. Senator FEINGOLD. ..."
4. The Transition of Finance in Japan and the United States: A Comparative by Thomas F. Cargill, Shoichi Royama (1988)
"There may even be a move to reregulate and reverse the reform process toward restricting portfolio behavior. As a result of a more stable economic ..."
5. Ordinances, Resolutions, Etc by New York (N.Y., New York (N.Y.). (1901)
"They therefore recommend that the said ordinance be adopted. AN ORDINANCE to reregulate, etc., East One Hundred and Fifty-ninth street, ..."
6. The Clean and Efficient Use of Coal and Lignite: Its Role in Energy by International Energy Agency (1994)
"Moreover, will the Agency be able to "reregulate" these entities if competition proves to be ineffective? These issues should be specifically addressed in ..."
7. Federal Regulation of State & Local Governments: The Mixed Record of the 1980S. by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... coupled with federal preemption of state or local authority to reregulate, did impose costs on state and local governments as they sought to compensate ..."