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verb as in continue

verb as in reintroduce

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“We’re losing some of the tools that we have to control the epidemic,” said Tyra Grove Krause, scientific director of the institute, which has begun sequencing every positive coronavirus test to check for mutations.

“Preliminary data from Denmark also indicate that the growth rate for this variant is 70% higher than for other variants,” the institute said.

The information about the new variant is limited to its genetic make-up, and it’s difficult to immediately determine how infectious the strain is or the effectiveness of current vaccines against it, the institute said.

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Not long after, in 2009, Green took the helm of the research institute.

On top of the overcrowding, incarcerated people often need to be accompanied by staff to make phone calls, shower, eat and do other things, said Wanda Bertram, communication strategist for Prison Policy Initiative, a nonpartisan research institute.

Enough of the practice and of the traditions is left to make it an easy task to reinstitute all the important parts of the custom.

It seems likely that these were endeavours to reinstitute ancient privileges rather than to create new.

The proposal of M. de Laveleye to reinstitute a national dress is, for this reason, a foolish and inartistic one.


On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reinstitute, such as: proceed, renew, restore, return to, recapitulate, and recommence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.