Examples of reissue in a Sentence
The publisher has decided to reissue the author's out-of-print books.
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John Snyder lays downs gnarly, surging, needling analog synthesizer tones alongside multihorn player Joe McPhee on The Willisau Concert, a 1975 concert recording originally released by Hat Hut and recently reissued by Chicago’s Corbett vs. Dempsey.
The Swedish government is reissuing an instructional war pamphlet to all 4.8 million households in the country, informing them for the first time in more than 30 years on the perils of war.
The stories in Robert Aickman’s Compulsory Games, reissued this month by New York Review Books Classics, plumb the darkness curtained off by our normal, boring lives, as well as the inanity of those lives themselves.
On the sneaker front, the steady drip of Air Jordan reissues hasn't yet abated—and now LeBron, at the ancient age of 33, is starting to see his own rookie-year Nikes reissued, too.
Also in this period, Mr. Rissient ran a distribution company that reissued foreign classics.
Molteni continues to reissue the prolific Ponti’s designs.
Police have also reissued a composite photo of a man seen at the shopping center holding a child similar to Katrice on the day the toddler disappeared and then getting into a green sedan.
The Shenzhen branch later reissued the invitation Thursday to remove references to trade friction and ZTE.
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REISSUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reissue for English Language Learners
: to publish or produce (something, such as a book or recording) again : to issue (something) again
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