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reinstate in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreinstatere‧in‧state /ˌriːɪnˈsteɪt/ verb [transitive]  1 BEJOB/WORKif someone is reinstated, they are officially given back their job after it was taken away2 to make something such as a law, system, or rule exist again California reinstated the death penalty in 1977.reinstatement noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
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reinstateThe union is fighting to reinstate 23 sacked journalists.It must have been exciting when the theatres were reinstated.Hannigan was reinstated after students protested his dismissal.He could quickly prove that he is not a Mobutu ally if he is successfully reinstated as prime minister.The state reinstated capital punishment in 1976.If we are going to encourage a new precautionary attitude, schools need to reinstate hygiene training.Several players hardly seem happy the Raiders reinstated Smith, given the way he abruptly left the team September 27.The people of the district rose up in arms and reinstated the abbot, but their triumph was short-lived.Proponents are now trying to reinstate the fees.If reinstated, they are placed on a probationary period determined by the state board, Winn said.