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  • verb Present participle of reinitiate.

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Examples

  • Companies initiating a dividend, or reinitiating after a pause like some banks are now tend to outperform, says Judy Saryan , the co-portfolio manager of Eaton Vance 's six dividend income funds.

    Burned Before, Dividend Funds Diversify Beyond Same Old Sectors

  • Arcelor is reinitiating mining projects in Liberia, Canada and Mexico to become up to 75% self-sufficient in iron ore by 2014 and 20% self-sufficient in coking coal by 2012.

    Arcelor Banks on Emerging Markets

  • Arcelor is reinitiating mining projects in Liberia, Canada and Mexico to become up to 75% self-sufficient in iron ore by 2014 and 20% self-sufficient in coking coal by 2012.

    Arcelor Banks on Emerging Markets

  • Arcelor is reinitiating mining projects in Liberia, Canada and Mexico to become up to 75% self-sufficient in iron ore by 2014 and 20% self-sufficient in coking coal by 2012.

    Arcelor Banks on Emerging Markets

  • Arcelor is reinitiating mining projects in Liberia, Canada and Mexico to become up to 75% self-sufficient in iron ore by 2014 and 20% self-sufficient in coking coal by 2012.

    ArcelorMittal Looks at Emerging Markets for Growth

  • Can you please give me more information on the Pentagon paper regarding reinitiating the draft?

    John Eskow: Why Has John McCain Abandoned the American Soldier?

  • Museveni lauded Kiir for reinitiating the landmark peace talks, saying that he had come to believe that the process "might work."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In order to prevent Hezbollah from reinitiating the threat against us for the first time since the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war 35 years ago, a strong multinational force based on the armies of Europe is getting organized in order to enter Lebanon and help it to obstruct the Hezbollah.

    CNN Transcript Aug 28, 2006

  • Those African princes were at this time sufficiently occupied at home in opposing some new sectaries, the principal of whom, under pretext of reinitiating the people in a knowledge of the pure doctrines of Mohammed, opened for themselves a path to the throne, and, after many struggles, ended by effectually driving the family of the Almoravides from its possession.

    History of the Moors of Spain

  • For full disclosure, I no longer own SLW, but I'm considering reinitiating a position.

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