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Reinstate

To restore to a condition that has terminated or been lost; to reestablish.

To reinstate a case, for example, means to restore it to the same position it had before dismissal.

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Strike-hit British Airways said it was reinstating some cancelled flights as the airline fought a war of words with union leaders over the walkout's success.
Two US senators have called for reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act that seeks to split commercial and investment banking operations of commercial banks.
Ernie Eves, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, told an audience in Kenora that he was open to reinstating the hunt under certain conditions.
The Appellate Term unanimously reversed, reinstating the holdover petition.
After reinstating the officer the Sindh government directed him to bring improvements in the prison, said the spokesman.
class="MsoNormalContacted, Mr Munyua thanked Governor Twaha for respecting the court order and reinstating them and assured the Lamu people of better services.
Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) today visited GKM Auto Parts, which is reinstating health care benefits to its employees using savings from the new tax reform law.
The PNP chief, she said, could be held liable for reinstating Marcos, who had been relieved from his post pending investigation for alleged illegal acts.
Meanwhile, NADRA employees thanked Chairman NADRA for resolving the issue and reinstating them in the month of Ramzan with the release of three month salaries which will enable them to spend Ramazan peacefully and celebrate Eid with their families.
As a result, BATELCO announced that it would be reinstating 102 staff; and then earlier this week the F-1 announced it would also be taking back previously suspended workers.
He asked the panel to ensure companies' co-operation in reinstating workers, whose cases have been studied, within two weeks.