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reinstate (one) as (something)

To assign or elect one to a position, role, or status that one previously held. Often used in passive constructions. She's hoping that the voters will reinstate her as the district attorney. Now that he's been reinstated as president of the board, Mr. Richardson said he is looking to restructure the company from the ground up.
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reinstate (one) in (something)

To assign or elect one back into a particular position, role, or place that one previously held. Often used in passive constructions. The board has been directed by the president to reinstate Ms. Richards in her previous position. After Mr. Davis was cleared of all charges, protesters are demanding that the prime minister reinstate him in parliament.
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reinstate (one) into (something)

To assign or elect one back into a particular position, role, or place that one previously held. Often used in passive constructions. The board has been directed by the president to reinstate Ms. Richards into her previous position. After Mr. Davis was cleared of all charges, protesters are demanding that the prime minister reinstate him into parliament.
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reinstate someone as something

to put someone back as a certain officeholder. The city council agreed to reinstate Mr. Wilson as alderman. Fred was reinstated as the court clerk.
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reinstate someone in something

to put someone back into a certain office or position. If you will pay your dues, we will reinstate you in the organization. Fred was reinstated in office.
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Zardari's initial reluctance to reinstate Chaudhry had set him on a collision course with Sharif and the lawyers.
Answer: An employer's duty to reinstate an injured worker arises from Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 659A.043, found on the BOLI Website at egov.oregon.gov?/BOLI/.
Despite having previously urged Parliament to "take all necessary steps" to reinstate the traditional definition of marriage, Harper abandoned this policy during the election campaign.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), a Council member, who has sponsored legislation to reinstate military conscription.
* Reinstatement obligations -- Employers have an affirmative obligation to reinstate military personnel who are returning from active duty.
If you don't have the full amount, the law in some states allows you to reinstate your contract and reclaim your car by paying the outstanding amount you owe, as well as repossession and related expenses such as attorney fees.
If the leave of absence is more than 90 days, the law says the employer must reinstate a returning employee to the position he or she would have had if no service call-up had occurred.
Legislation that would reinstate a tax on the chemical and oil industries to pay for the cleanup of toxic waste sites has been introduced in both the U.S.
Right of Insurer to Reinstate Terrorism Exclusion, and Need for Response by Insureds, Lenders and Investors Within 30 Days.
The second surprise occurred during the subsequent NFPA meeting in Atlanta on November 20, when the NFPA accepted a new motion to reinstate compartmentation.
After a lengthy discussion, the Board of Directors approved a motion to reinstate the percussion competitions for the 2003-2004 year, provided a percussion facilitator is appointed.
The company has pledged to reinstate all evening and Sunday services from Monday.
Specifically, despite having lost the fights to reinstate fast track in 1997 and 1998, the Administration was able to get the bill giving China permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) through Congress.