Definition of Reapply. Meaning of Reapply. Synonyms of Reapply

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Definition of Reapply

Reapply
Reapply Re`ap*ply", v. t. & i. To apply again.

Meaning of Reapply from wikipedia

- "never reapply" undertakings. A "never reapply" undertaking is an undertaking made by a physician to surrender his or her licence and never reapply for another...
- caused him to suffer a concussion. He had to wait a year before he could reapply to join the army, so he began writing and acting. Skylar began his career...
- Vestnik Kavkaza". vestnikkavkaza.net. Retrieved 5 September 2018. "Egypt to reapply daylight-saving time annually to rationalise use of energy". Ahram. 1 March...
- Resigned after the 2011 Test series in Sri Lanka, when he was asked to reapply as coach 5 Mickey Arthur 2011–13 First foreign-born coach Sacked before...
- the stores will become e-commerce distribution centers and employees can reapply to work at those locations. Business Insider magazine calculated that over...
- describe inside forwards is now obsolete, as the mezzala label was later reapplied to describe the role of offensive-minded central midfielders in Italian...
- two teams still have an equal ranking, the criteria 1) to 4) will be reapplied to determine the ranking of these teams; superior goal difference from...
- to allow other nations to be "****ociate" members, South Africa did not reapply. Due to South African apartheid laws, which introduced legal racial segregation...
- Maine Road. Forced to reapply to the Football League for the 1938–39 season but were re-elected with 34 votes. Forced to reapply to the Football League...
- "Yes". As a consequence of this change of status, South Africa needed to reapply for continued membership of the Commonwealth, with which it had privileged...