Examples of reissue in a Sentence
The publisher has decided to reissue the author's out-of-print books.
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Now the New York Academy of Medicine has reissued a statement supporting the removal of Sims’ effigy from Central Park.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Laying out his new Afghanistan war strategy, President Donald Trump has reissued old demands on neighboring Pakistan to eliminate militant sanctuaries.
Locke, who would go on to have a long career in academia and whose book The Detroit Riot of 1967 was recently reissued, remembers that moment well.
On the day that Paul George officially became a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Indiana Pacers symbolically washed their hands of the whole saga, reissuing his number to one of his former teammates.
Heat President Pat Riley announced Monday that Bosh's Heat No. 1 would not be reissued and that the number eventually will be raised to the rafters at AmericanAirlines Arena.
But Alpert made a recent exception when no fewer than 28 of his albums were re-mastered prior to being reissued this year.
Other genres — rock and jazz especially — tend to fetishize their history, something reflected in the intensity with which old and out-of-print and sometimes never-released music is reissued.
What: The 1972 sci-fi masterpiece by Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky has been reissued with a digital restoration.
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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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