Examples of reconstitute in a Sentence
They have plans to reconstitute the bankrupt company.
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Vice President Mike Pence will convene the first meeting of the reconstituted National Space Council on Thursday, which will begin its deliberations at 10am EDT in Chantilly, Virginia.
Substituting urine — which could involve reconstituting powders bought from an online retailer or strapping on a baggie with a willing friend’s donation — doesn’t work so well anymore.
Like few other bands, the Pixies have rejuvenated and reconstituted their stature among a generation of fans who, after the band’s decadelong hiatus that started in 1993, seem to more deeply appreciate its music and attitude.
Sasac now is reconstituting a mammoth Chinalco by putting weaker metal mills under its wings, say the people with knowledge of the matter.
Rendell also added positions to the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement in the Department of Agriculture and reconstituted the Dog Law Advisory Board.
Aldermen reconstituted the capital improvement committee that is now looking at all capital needs, not just roads and sewers.
Save for the lyrics, a few songs Tuesday night were reshaped, re-imagined and reconstituted, sheathed in unfamiliar aural cloaks.
Village officials are looking at reconstituting the watch program, which withered several years ago because turnout at meetings was so low, according to the chief.
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