- v to say, state, or perform again
- Well, let me restate that: the ghost of his presidency haunts the 2008 campaign.
- So, in an uncharacteristically savvy national security play, Durbin drafted a letter to Mukasey asking him to state or rather, to restate that waterboarding is torture and .
- The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, passed in 2002 in the wake of accounting scandals at Enron and other companies, required CEOs and CFOs of companies that have to restate earnings .
News & Articles
- Talking with Steve Byrne of 'Sullivan & Son'
Set in a Pittsburgh bar and starring Pittsburgh native Steve Byrne, the season-two premiere aims to restate its premise for the benefit of viewers who might have missed the show's 10-episode first season.
June 12, 2013 - Naples Daily News
- Diamond Foods Names Silcock as Finance Chief, Restates Results
Diamond Foods Inc. (DMND) named a permanent chief financial officer and said it will revise fiscal second-quarter earnings per share after a restatement last year derailed its effort to buy the Pringles potato-chip brand.
June 11, 2013 - Bloomberg
- Joe Biden in Bloomberg
Biden, 64, said a new resolution could "repeal and restate the president's authority."
- Bernard Fellay in The Canberra Times
We seek forgiveness of the pontiff and all men of goodwill for the consequences of such a statement. While we recognise the inopportune nature of these comments, we must restate our sadness that they have also discredited our mission,wrote...
- Lance Armstrong in guardian.co.uk
I will simply restate what I have said many times: I have never taken performance-enhancing drugs,Armstrong said.