verb (used with object)
to put back or establish again, as in a former position or state:
to reinstate the ousted chairman.
) to restore to a former rank or condition
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Conservationists disagreed with the decision and sued to reinstate the wolf's endangered status.
Whether one wants to reinstate a name or create a new one, the problem is more or less the same.
The government would likely reinstate the full tax eventually.
Prosecutors tried to reinstate the case but ultimately gave up.
Little was done to call back the faculty expelled, to reinstate their employment, property and basic civil rights.
In short, you seem at first to cast doubt on the whole concept of prevailing, only to reinstate it in a peculiarly negative form.
Reinstate normal testosterone levels afterward with injections of synthetic testosterone, and aggression returns.
Now it's going to keep them all or reinstate those that were to close.
She still has her teaching certificate and the state seems poised to reinstate her administrative certificate.
Getting rid of those who deserve it is a time consuming process, often thwarted by an arbitrator, who will reinstate people.