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reissue (something) to (one)

To reallocate, reassign, or redistribute something officially to one again. You'll need to contact the hospital to reissue a new copy of your birth certification to you before you'll be able to complete the application for a new passport. The company has stated that to will reissue tickets to all customers free of charge.
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reissue something to someone

to release or distribute to someone something that has been distributed before. I plan to reissue the check to you next week. The check was reissued to Mary the very next day.
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Narrowing reissue offers a means for patent holders to hedge against uncertainty by reinforcing a patent's claims so they can better withstand invalidity and ineligibility challenges.
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Nevertheless, I have a slew of original Everest records, and these two reissues surpass every one of them in every way.
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"The reissues that are important were made by people way ahead of the curve," says O'Rourke.
Moreover, upward adjustment in price and shares offered lead to greater proceeds at the IPO, perhaps mitigating the need to reissue or sell shares in the open market.
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PART of a collection of reissues celebrating the legendary indie label.
Eager to boost reissues and unrated versions, DVD marketers have grown increasingly creative with enhanced monikers connoting everything from racier content to a fresh view of old themes.