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reconstitute

(rē-kon′stĭ-toot″) [ re- + L. constituere, to set up]
1. In pharmacology, to restore a dried substance to a fluid form that can be used for injection.
2. To rebuild a substance or reservoir within the body (such as bone marrow) to a natural or a functionally healthy state.
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It lamented that the failure by the government to reconstitute the governing council had led to the absence of the normal check or oversight function(s) expected from governing council on the university's administration, particularly on possible arbitrariness and infractions in due process.
In my humble opinion, it is unwarranted and unprecedented to reconstitute a bench, in such a manner, whilst hearing a case.
ISLAMABAD, October 21, 2009 (Frontier Star): Jamaat-e-Islami NWFP Amir Siraj-ul-Haq has termed the recent wave of terrorism as reaction to the interference of United States in Pakistani affairs and demanded of the government to finish all types of cooperation with it and reconstitute foreign policy.
The recognition and preservation of significant Aboriginal sites was also vital in helping to reconstitute a sense of place.
The triangulation of repressed fascism, the emerging domination by the (American) culture industry, and the desire to reconstitute a (national) avant-garde culture is generally at the foundation of the neo-avant-gardes of this period (except in England and the U.S.).
Some vaccines can instead be dehydrated for storage, but it takes trained health-care workers in the field to reconstitute them as liquids that can be administered.
Frank Gehry's subversive capacity to dismember and reconstitute space is perhaps at its most disarming when applied to office buildings.
In my humble opinion, it is unwarranted and unprecedented to reconstitute a Bench, in such a manner, whilst hearing a case.' Justice Isa observed adding, 'to do so undermines the integrity of the system, and may have serious repercussions.'
They then tested the mice for their ability to reconstitute the different blood cell types.
But he stresses that it is a research approach, not a mummy, that is coming to life: "We cannot of course reconstitute a functional gene (let alone a living individual) from this short repeated sequence."
Also, he said, the capital of syndicates tends to get refreshed under Lloyd's unique "annual venture," in which each syndicate dissolves and reconstitutes itself at each new year.
A trio of three- and four-storey pavilions reconstitutes the volumes of the former city-palace and reinstates the pedestrian promenade from Schlossbergstrasse to the old city markets.