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  • verb Alternative spelling of reinstill.


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From re- +‎ instil


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  • We need to reinstil the concepts of ethics and morality into public affairs, so that those who have never taken off, either by flying [on public money] or climbing the class structure, will not feel humiliated, disappointed and betrayed by democracy when they are in the huge queues for the buses, waiting in hospitals, or simply at the news agent.

    Global Voices in English » Brazil: Fly me to the moon with public money

  • He said one of the challenges facing the country was to reinstil in the consciousness of the people a sense of solidarity, "of being in the world for one another".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "The decision has been taken to reinstil confidence in both the financial and foreign exchange markets," a brief statement from

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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