reinaugurate


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Although Delafield's notes do not describe Red Jacket's condolence speech in great detail (he writes that Red Jacket thanked the Great Spirit for protecting them to the present time), it is clear that Sagoyewatha took the opportunity to reinaugurate the council once all the participants had arrived (Captain Pollard gave the initial condolence speech on July 5).
ONE of the great pioneers of British civil aviation, Harold Bamberg, will be returning to his former Liverpool base to reinaugurate Bristol Britannia Charlie Foxtrot this autumn.
WHEN THOMAS RUFF'S NEW IMAGES of Mies van der Rohe's Haus Lange and Haus Esters go on view in the newly refurbished Krefeld villas this June, the German photographer will help reinaugurate a pair of structures almost as important for the recent history of art as for architecture.