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  • noun Plural form of reinvestigation.


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  • For Myers 'Cuban handlers, standard U.S. government security practices, such as security clearances, periodic reinvestigations, and requirements like reporting foreign travel and foreign contacts, were little more than speed bumps.

    Frank Naif: Same Old Counterspy Failures Evident in Cuba Spy Case

  • Generally, the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy will only approve periodic reinvestigations of persons having access to Secret information if the unauthorized disclosure of the information in question could reasonably be expected to: C3.


  • After numerous investigations and reinvestigations the facts remain unclear.

    Israel's Bomb

  • Insisting that the reinvestigations would be a waste of tax money, Phosa said Heath was interfering in the jurisdiction of institutions such as the Auditor-General and provincial legislature.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Les Belles-Soeurs, which will certainly spawn more Tremblay reinvestigations.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • It was a success that was not anticipated and that gave me heart to carry on with other reinvestigations of neglected music.

    The Guardian World News

  • The risk level - high, moderate or low - determines the level of investigation required for potential hires and reinvestigations of employees.

    Federal Times - News

  • The agency did not withdraw anybody's clearance after its reinvestigations, Dillaman said.

    Federal Times

  • "finalised" scandal probes in the province, Phosa said reinvestigations were a waste of tax money and time, African Eye

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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