reinstate

[ree-in-steyt]
verb (used with object), reinstated, reinstating.
to put back or establish again, as in a former position or state: to reinstate the ousted chairman.

Origin:
1620–30; re- + instate

reinstatement, reinstation, noun
reinstator, noun
nonreinstatement, noun
unreinstated, adjective
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reinstate (ˌriːɪnˈsteɪt)
 
vb
(tr) to restore to a former rank or condition
 
rein'statement
 
n
 
rein'stator
 
n

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Example sentences
Because our culture appears to require quick reinstatement of individuals to
  community, the penalty is financial distress.
She then sued the university for reinstatement, alleging that it had violated
  her free-speech and due-process rights.
Details of the settlement with the professor, including his reinstatement, were
  not disclosed.
First, the school no longer exists, no reinstatement isn't possible.
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