verb (used with object), re·is·sued, re·is·su·ing.
verb (used without object), re·is·sued, re·is·su·ing.
- reisseissen's muscles,
- reissner's membrane,
- reiter's syndrome,
Origin of reissue
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From a reissue of a violent 1972 classic to a macabre odyssey across a Gothic Southern landscape.
When Bean secured a reissue of his patent in 1849, he had adapted it to use a straight needle.
Upon becoming owners of the Morey and Johnson patent, Singer applied for a reissue which covered this type of yielding pressure.
Their reissue is sanctioned by no law and warranted by no necessity.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|James D. Richardson