Examples of reissue in a Sentence
The publisher has decided to reissue the author's out-of-print books.
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The six-cylinder roadster joins the Jaguar Lightweight E-Type and the Jaguar XKSS continuation cars in the program the company developed in 2014 to reissue modernized versions of its most iconic models.
In 2014, Adidas reissued its legendary Stan Smith tennis sneakers behind a massive marketing campaign, helping make them the coolest shoes among both fashion designers and brunch-going bros.
In combination with his creative agency Wolf + Rothstein, Gambino will reissue his 2011 mixtape EP.
In other words, if a business lost its license or closed, ISP would not reissue that license if the population no longer supported it.
The book became a best-seller after being reissued in 2003 and 2006.
Although initially authorities had issued an Amber Alert covering much of Texas, by Wednesday police were certain enough the girls were in another state to call off the alert and reissue one for Colorado.
How about short stories from England and a classic French novel reissued?
Her essays, now reissued by NYRB Classics, are specimens of impeccable taste.
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