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(1) Farr has vowed to reintroduce the bill.
(2) There are no plans to reintroduce them.
(3) By 1985, when the psychoanalysts attempted to reintroduce masochism, a backlash against feminism, against uppity women, was current.
(4) There are moves to reintroduce public service broadcasting which lost all credibility under Pinochet's dictatorship.
(5) Mr Straw will also reintroduce the mode of trial bill restricting the right to trial by jury in confined cases.
(6) The long-range goal of the project is to reintroduce the razorback sucker into the river just above Imperial Dam.
(7) The Government is to reintroduce a bill curbing the right to jury trial, which has twice been thrown out by peers.
(8) The right hon. Gentleman's policies would reintroduce the levels of unemployment that we saw in the 1930s.
(9) A major project is under way to reintroduce the waterwheel and turbine in order to harness this great natural resource once again.
(10) Attempts to reintroduce caribou, in a country now more suitable for deer or moose, have not been all that successful.
(11) Meanwhile the Government has promised to reintroduce hospital matrons in an effort to improve the quality of nursing.
(12) Pass revival: Langbaurgh Council is set to reintroduce a concessionary fares scheme for pensioners and the disabled from July 1.
(13) Meanwhile, he said he would not reintroduce the restrictions on foreign workers he had proposed earlier.
(14) Encounter difficulty problem reintroduce to come.
(15) There are plans to reintroduce fish to the water and revive the fishing industry.
(16) Jim and Lee decided to reintroduce the senator to Arkansas as just plain Bill[sentence dictionary], a down-to-earth Arkansan in a red-checked sport shirt.
(17) Case examination also provided an opportunity to reintroduce values into the curriculum, despite their proscription in the ranks of behaviorally oriented texts.
(18) Mr Greenspan's remarks hint at the need to reintroduce federal spending and financing constraints, similar to those included in the Budget Enforcement Act of the 1990s.
(19) These are defended by the Trotskyist movement against imperialist attempts to reintroduce capitalism. 8.
(20) Fnac is asking its customers to sign a petition opposing the proposals to reintroduce r.p.m. on books.
(21) Capital punishment for murder was abolished in 1969 and repeated attempts to reintroduce it have been defeated by an ever-increasing majority.
(22) My question to you: Are you able to produce these raincoats and help me to reintroduce this rainwear in the Netherlands?
(23) The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust wanted the landscape architects to redefine the Cultural District's northern boundary, and to reintroduce the city to the Allegheny River while encouraging development.
(24) To this moment, generally speaking, editorial anger vanished completely, absolutely won 't reintroduce what is other requirement.
(25) We haven't met in a long time, so let me reintroduce myself.
(26) Working with the federal department of fisheries residents clean up the stream, reintroduce indigenous plants, and eventually transplant fertilized eggs purchased from a local hatchery.
(27) During that time there have been repeated attempts to reintroduce capital punishment.
(28) The launch of Kermit's 50th anniversary tour is part of a campaign to reintroduce the Muppet brand, which was created by the late Jim Henson and acquired by Disney in April 2004.
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