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reappoint (one) as (something)

To select, designate, or set one to occupy the same role or position as at a previous point by authority or mutual agreement. They reappointed me as CFO after the allegations against me were proven false. There's no way we can reappoint her as treasurer after everything that's happened.
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reappoint someone as something

to select or appoint someone to serve again in the same office. Are they going to reappoint Alan as the chairman again? Alan was reappointed as the head of the committee.
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Town Clerk Christine Furno also objected to the decision not to reappoint Mr.
The council voted May 15 to reappoint all three, but reversed that decision the following week, raising hopes among Burbank officials that a change in the lineup of Glendale commissioners was imminent.
The council's options tonight are to reappoint all three commissioners; appoint new commissioners, including council members; or establish a recruitment and selection procedure for appointing new commissioners.
On Tuesday, motions to reappoint Glendale's three incumbents - Carl Meseck, Gerald Briggs and Carl Povilaitis - failed.
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HARDWICK - The town Finance Committee is insisting on an explanation from Town Moderator John Campbell on why he did not reappoint Edward F.
Assemblyman Robert Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, said Friday that he has asked to meet with Davis to discuss the governor's decision not to reappoint David W.
In a five-page legal opinion, Hahn said that voters gave the commission broad discretion to decide whether to reappoint the chief to a second five-year term when they approved Charter Amendment F in 1992.
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