But what they discover is a place with very little to offer to help them reestablish their lives.
The Hamas meme spread especially when Israelis attacked in Palestinian towns to “reestablish deterrence.”
Third, Democrats and Republicans need to reestablish the authority of Congress.
“We are grateful for the opportunity that Andrew gave us to reestablish Helmut Lang,” the two said about CEO Andrew Rosen.
reestablish the principle that news has to be paid for by someone: the consumer, the advertiser, or the distributor.
To try to reestablish relationships in a blind and haphazard manner is likely to lead to further disaster.
He made a desperate effort to reestablish ordinary relations.
He might, indeed, reestablish the ancient constitution of the realm.
It was easy to reestablish forms;—to recall the departed spirit of the nation was impossible!
Of course, we must build another shack and reestablish residence or there would be no deed to the land.
late 14c., from Old French establiss-, present participle stem of establir (12c., Modern French établir) "cause to stand still, establish, stipulate, set up, erect, build," from Latin stabilire "make stable," from stabilis "stable" (see stable (adj.)).
For initial e-, see especial. Related: Established; establishing. An established church or religion is one sanctioned by the state.