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Definition of "reinstitution" [reinstitution]

  • The act of reinstituting something. (noun)

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Use "reinstitution" in a sentence
  • "'So that leaves only some kind of reinstitution of the ancieni patterns, the ones that served us so well in the past."
  • "As Michelle Alexander has pointed out in her brilliant book, The New Jim Crow, the mass incarceration of African-American men today is but the reinstitution of a racial caste system under the rubric of being "tough on crime.""
  • "This is a world of reawakening power, power that Nick Fury means to control through the reinstitution of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Project he headed on his own world."
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