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In February, Boomerang announced it had secured pounds 4m-worth of recommissions.
The Beeb have decided not to recommission her show.
I am still thinking about it, but there are no immediate plans to recommission Lilies.
Fluor Corporation today announced it has been awarded a contract by Eskom, South Africa's electricity utility, to help recommission a mothballed 1,200-megawatt power station in Grootvlei near Balfour.
The newly renovated Fort Lauderdale Shipyard celebrated the recommission of its 200-Ton Syncrolift(R) vessel hauling system on the famous New River.
The news will be welcomed by Liverpudlian executive producer Mal Young, head of BBC in-house drama productions, who told the ECHO recently that his hopes for 2003 included ``a recommission of Merseybeat for a fourth term''.
That operation ceased almost two years ago, but their expertise was needed to recommission the line after its sale to the Chinese arm of Vauxhall's parent company General Motors - and to train the local workforce.
A spokeswoman for Carlton said the show was looking tired after 12 series and a joint decision had been taken with ITV not to recommission it.
I HAVE written this letter to Prime Minister Tony Blair: ``I suggest that, as a token of your Government's support for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and in celebration of Her Majesty's Golden Jubilee, you recommission the Royal Yacht Britannia.
The recommission of the twice-weekly show is the biggest in ITV's history.
WORKERS at the Ford foundry in Leamington dug into their archives to make rare parts to help recommission a power station in Kosovo in the war-torn Balkans.
Clare Hudson of BBC Wales said, ``It is with regret that we have taken the decision not to recommission.