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adjective as in reinstated

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Greenspan was presiding over a broad expansion when he was reappointed.

Leonhart, initially selected under George W. Bush, was reappointed by President Obama as the head of the DEA.

Monti could be—and many say should be—reappointed if whoever wins decides to keep him on.

In a colorful and widely repeated quote, Johnson explained why he reappointed Hoover.

The members of the Governing Commission shall be appointed for one year and may be reappointed.

No member might serve continuously for more than one term, but might be reappointed after an interval of one year.

All officers reappointed were to take the amnesty oath and give new bond.

Reappointed commander in 1557, and knowing the hostility of the Casa, he applied for service elsewhere.

After the adjournment of the legislature, the governor reappointed McClernand, who sued out a writ of quo warranto to oust Field.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reappointed, such as: reelected, reestablished, reinstalled, restored, and returned.

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