issue (a new version of); "if you forget your password, it can be changed and reissued"
Reissued posters and lobby cards are printed for a film's re-release, usually a few years after the film's initial run or for a special anniversary screening. Recent re-releases include "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
Reissue is the cancellation and retirement of a bond and the issuance of a new bond or bonds of the same series, same issue date, and same total face amount. Reissue is a transaction requested in order to change bonds' registrations, that is, to re-register savings bonds. (Note: Situations for which Series I bonds may be reissued are more limited than for Series EE and other savings bonds.)
Refers to either a reissue of a recording on the original label using a different issue number, which was usually pressed from the original matrix, or a reissue of a recording on a different label, either dubbed from an existing recording or pressed from the original matrix. Note: recordings issued by the same label with the same issue number, but a different style of label, are properly called re-pressings, not reissues. See also contemporary release, primary label, and secondary label.
A new printing of a stamp design which had gone out of issue.
A reissue or re-release is the new or repeated issue of an item. In common usage it refers to a musical recording (normally an album) which has already been released but which is then re-released, or reissued; either with the body of music left intact or with some alterations.