- 1Bring (something, especially a law or system) into existence or effect again: thirty-six states have reintroduced the death penaltyMore example sentences
- Not until Napoleonic times did the State take the situation in hand and reintroduce a rigorous system of licensing to restore professional standards.
- The government would have to reintroduce a law to hand out fines - not criminal sentences - to people caught with 15 grams of pot or less.
- It, for example, reintroduced a system of punishment specifically forbidden by the Imperial Abolition Act: the flogging of women.
- 1.1Put (a species of animal or plant) back into a former habitat: a scheme to reintroduce wolves to Yellowstone National ParkMore example sentences
- Along with protecting animals, Shenandoah officials reintroduced several species to the park.
- The display explains how a scheme to reintroduce the species in the 1970s failed and how a new attempt is being made this summer.
- The listing spurred efforts to protect and restore habitat and to breed and reintroduce the species.
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- Much of the fault for their reintroduction, however, comes back to us.
- The Restoration saw the reintroduction of classicism, but in a different form.
- Upon reintroductions and exchanging greetings, we exchanged interesting views and recalled old memories that had been for a very long time buried in our memories.
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