Examples of restate in a Sentence
She needs to restate her arguments.
though I couldn't remember the exact words he used, I restated his message as accurately as I could
Recent Examples of restate from the Web
The letter was specific as to not offer an opinion but instead restated federal immigration law that prohibits hiring or firing on the basis of immigration status.
The shares have lost about a quarter of their value since then as the lender restated earnings going back to 2013 and agreed to pay almost $25 million to two states to settle a probe into predatory lending.
AmTrust this year restated some results with relatively minor changes after switching outside auditors.
Four years ago, Tom Jurich was promised that his contract would be restated to accurately reflect promised compensation in a straightforward structure, but this was delayed over and over by the University of Louisville.
Tillerson is also expected to restate concerns about China's massive trade surplus with the U.S. — $347 billion last year — and what American companies say are unfair barriers to investment, including pressure to hand over their technology.
On Monday, President Carey sent an email to the Transy campus restating the school’s commitment to DACA and its condemning bigotry and intolerance.
But not one of the doctors in this study used the strategies with the strongest track records: summarizing the information, suggesting that the patient take notes, and asking the patient to restate the key points.
The flap over the trading miscues forced the bank to restate a quarter’s earnings and pay more than $1 billion in settlements with U.S. and U.K. regulators.
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