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ree uhd mit

  • v  admit anew
    The refugee was readmitted into his home country
  • v  admit again or anew
    After paying a penalty, the player was readmitted

  • Those efforts seem to be bearing fruit: last week, the executive committee of the World Psychiatric Association voted to readmit the Soviets, who had withdrawn $ from the .
  • President Bush drove home the point Monday in a sharp warning to the Iraqi dictator to readmit United Nations arms inspectors or face unspecified consequences.
  • Sports-mad South Africans have been desperate for world-class competition since international sporting bodies began banning them 25 years ago and vowed not to readmit them until .
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  • Readmissions cost U.S. hospitals millions in penalties
    Massachusetts hospitals will lose millions of dollars in funding this year — and perhaps tens of millions more in the future — because of penalties imposed by the federal Medicare program on hospitals that excessively readmit some of the...
    Aug. 25, 2013 - The Standard-Times

  • Ali Abunimah in Media Monitors Network
    Abunimah argues that those on the left, such as Yossi Beilin, have advocated plans that, "seek Palestinian endorsement of Israel's annexation of territory and its refusal to readmit Palestinian refugees to their country."
  • President Bush in International Herald Tribune
    It must readmit international inspectors. It must account for its activities prior to 1994 and come into compliance with its IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) obligations. It must dismantle both its plutonium and HEU-based nuclear weapons... Mitchell Reiss Xinhua Mar 12, 2004 80711 108696 readout I'm looking forward to getting President Putin's readout from the meeting," Bush told reporters.

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