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Use "reappointment" in a sentence
"That occasion has now, in effect, become an audition for Terry to stake his claim for a long-term reappointment."
"All his office will say is that his reappointment is the prerogative of the prime minister, Fife told Canada AM on Wednesday."
"Despite these recent setbacks, Barroso maintains strong support among many members of the European Council (who appoint the Commission president) and the only conceivable obstacle for his reappointment is the European elections in June."