reestablishment


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Related to reestablishment: reinvigorated, outlined, overhyped, dropping by, finalised, sought out
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However, Juliette refuses to join the Reestablishment.
MN-S President Robert Doucette stated that the opening of the centre symbolizes the continuing reestablishment of the MN-S as a legitimate third order of government leading to the realization of self-governing principles.
I believed back then that the reestablishment of this council was a victory forAa the judicial system and judges' immunity; the council returned with more authority and specializations than before, including providing immunity for public prosecutors," Mubarak said.
They welcomed the reestablishment of NADRA zonal office at Dera.
Gary Roughead announced in April the reestablishment of U.
Gary Roughead recently announced the reestablishment of U.
The Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group, a nonprofit organization that works with communities to maximize self-sustaining salmon populations, is the actual grant holder partnered with the Navy, was awarded a $485,000 grant for the reestablishment of the Beaver Creek estuary," said Glenn Schmitt, P.
MTNA began Hurricane Katrina relief efforts to support the reestablishment of members' studios in affected areas along the gulf coast.
The company's fundraising goal is $4 million for the reestablishment of the performing troupe.
Probable reestablishment of endemic poliovirus and possible diffusion of WPV1 to countries further south, such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, is a concern.
I would like to suggest that as a national policy we encourage the reestablishment of the Soviet Union.
The funds involved in the reestablishment of NIMH's GTPIRB are only a tiny fraction of NIH spending.