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  • verb Present participle of relet.


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  • She added that Labour was not committed to permanent public ownership of the East Anglia route but warned that franchise reform was mired in uncertainty due to delays in reletting the east and west coast contracts.

    Nationalise East Anglia rail franchise for Olympics, says Labour 2011

  • We're in the process of speaking with a lawyer to see what he thinks can be done about getting out of the lease without paying $850 reletting charge in addition to the remaining 3 months on the lease.

    marilynnv Diary Entry marilynnv 2005

  • We will be paying rent at this place thru February anyway and the way the lease is written if we move out early, even if we pay the rent, if we don't occupy the townhouse, they can say we've voided the lease and charge us the reletting fees.

    marilynnv Diary Entry marilynnv 2005

  • But, in reletting his farms, he is liable to fall into two errors, which are almost equally prejudicial to his own interests, and to those of his country.

    An inquiry into the nature and progress of rent, by Thomas Malthus 2004

  • By canceling the contract, collecting the penalty, and reletting the task, the city would profit without exceeding its legal rights.

    Increasing Human Efficiency in Business: A Contribution to the Psychology of Business 1910

  • Old Euler lost no time in reletting the ground floor.

    Jean-Christophe, Volume I Romain Rolland 1905

  • 'Soon after his return to Ireland he set about improving a considerable tract of land, reletting it at an advanced rent, which gave the actual monied measure of his skill and success.'

    Richard Lovell Edgeworth Ed 1896

  • There he is, driving to work and carrying his own ladders in his own cart, like a lord, as you may say, by day; and there he is on a Thursday evening, letting and reletting the pews and sittings after service, like a real gentleman.

    The Farringdons Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler 1894

  • These consist in the abrogation of steamship subsidy contracts, reletting of mail transportation contracts, and in the cost and amount of supplies used in the service, amounting in all to $16,619,047.42.

    A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents Volume 8, part 2: Grover Cleveland Grover Cleveland 1872

  • "There will be no difficulty in reletting them at this time of the year," growled Mr. Bertram.

    The Bertrams Anthony Trollope 1848


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