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European experts, meeting in Brussels on 12 September, immediately reinstituted an embargo: all British exports of live cattle or livestock products are banned until further notice.
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter discussed the possibility of resurrecting the draft and reinstituted the Selective Service registration requirement for young men following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Wycliffe College's Alumni Association founded the Church of England Deaconess and Missionary Training House in 1891, the same year that the Convocation of Canterbury declared that the Order of Deaconess be reinstituted.
The American Medical Association endorses the existence of such hospitals, although the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has reinstituted a freeze on the approval of new specialty hospitals until it completes a review next year.
The workshop is being reinstituted after a four-year hiatus to showcase SDDC's expanded distribution and deployment mission as well as identify trends impacting on the movement of all Department of Defense commodities, from beans to bullets.
Under current law, the estate tax will be phased out by 2010, but because of a "sunset" provision the tax will be fully eliminated for only one year before being reinstituted.
Once SARS transmission was recognized at hospital X and enhanced infection control precautions were reinstituted, clinicians were more likely to suspect SARS, and nosocomial transmission was ended abruptly.
The note outlines the two stands, stating, "As president, Bush has signed the ban on partial-birth abortions, which his administration has defended against court challenges; signed the Born Alive Infants Protection Act; reinstituted the "Mexico City policy" that bars the use of U.
dropped mealtime prayers in 1990 but reinstituted them five years later, saying the practice was a tradition that would foster unity among the cadets.
The Taliban reinstituted that practice, using bulldozers to push over the walls.
Psychiatric nursing should be reinstituted as a separate course, like midwifery.
First, New Jersey has not only reinstituted, but also has improved, the Business Employment Incentive Program (BEIP).