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Sentence count:21Posted:2018-08-25Updated:2018-08-25
Similar words: irish republican armyrepublicRepublicanrepublicanismroman republicczech republicpublishpublisherMeaning: [‚rɪː'pʌblɪʃ]  v. 1. publish again 2. revive (a cancelled will or a libel). 
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1. Peter Barnes's adaptation from a republished novel by Elizabeth von Arnim opened quite promisingly.
2. Had Fernand Braudel lived to see this book republished, he would surely have wanted to rewrite it.
3. This important volume, subsequently republished in parts, did not perhaps have the immediate effect that might have been expected.
4. Users can edit projects and republish them.
5. You may republish this article if you keep the byline and author's note, and also leave the hyperlink intact.
5. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
6. Publish Wizard to republish the solution to the publish location.
7. The decision to republish it in the Vatican newspaper gives it added papal endorsement.
8. Republish the post, this time marking the post as ready for publish (using the editPost RPC).
9. During National Day period, do not republish reports from Southern Weekend, Southern Metropolis Daily, Beijing News, or Beijing Times. Do not publish positive or negative reports from these papers.
10. You may republish this article, but must keep the resource box and copyright at the end.
11. They republish videos from a bunch of other sites on this list.
12. If the book publisher refuses to reprint or republish the work when the stocks of the book are exhausted, the copyright owner shall have the right to terminate the contract.
13. It is time for the media wave, join(Sentencedict.com), republish this article in your country.
14. To make matters worse, anyone can republish Social Security numbers if they were already published on a public government Web site, according to a recent court ruling in Virginia.
15. If the publisher refuses to reprint or republish the work when the stock of the book is exhausted, the copyright owner shall have the right to terminate the contract.
16. Simply delete the source project from your workspace, and then request the server to republish.
17. Palin's uncomfortable relationship with the web continues; she has threatened to sue bloggers who republish rumours about the state of her marriage.
18. Consider the following: An administrator or process engineer can republish the static method on a regular basis (for example, monthly, weekly, daily).
19. If you wish to switch the query mode for a package, you must republish the package with the desired setting.
20. If the name or contents of the .hrf file for a user/content resource changes, you must republish it by completing the steps above.
21. In fact, it's often a goal for companies that distribute their releases through a newswire service to get as many other sites to copy and republish the release as possible.
More similar words: irish republican armyrepublicRepublicanrepublicanismroman republicczech republicpublishpublisherweimar republicrepublican partypublishedrepublic of chinadominican republicrepublic of turkeyrepublic of the congopublishingunpublishedrepublic of indonesiapublishablebanana republicnewspaper publisherpublishing housepeople's republic of chinagerman democratic republicfederal republic of germanydesktop publishingdemocratic republic of the congoin the public eyepublicpublican
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