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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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Arroyo kept on reappointing Secretary Gonzales, and at the same time, she was diminishing the powers of the Secretary of Justice," he said.
Yacino said that when the commission members voted to recommend reappointing Mr.
Kiir, who won an overwhelming April election victory to stay in power as president of south Sudan, issued a decree reappointing Riek Machar as the region's vice president, the state Suna news agency reported.
By reappointing a Fed chair chosen by someone else, a president can appear to guarantee financial markets that the Fed is not too much under his thumb.
Firefighters said morale was low after selectmen went for a couple of months without reappointing the board.
Firefighters said morale was low after selectmen went for a couple of months without reappointing the board that oversees the administration of the town's call Fire Department.
Michael Hughes, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, would not publicly discuss the board's reasons for not reappointing Mr.
STERLING - The Board of Selectmen was peppered with questions at a packed meeting Wednesday about not reappointing a number of people to town committees.
Heller made a motion to appoint the police chief for one year, with the intent of not reappointing him after that.