Did you mayhaps mean reopened?
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“But the debate was re-opened when the wisdom of reducing the capacity was questioned and the Olympic Park Legacy Company took on responsibility for the post-Games use of the venues.”
“The discovery of new evidence during the newly re-opened investigation was fun, but the gradual revelation of the truth about the events was terrific.”
“The library which had been housed in County Council premises on the Model Farm Road, closed its doors there on the 9th October 2009 and re-opened on the 19th October 2009 in a custom build annexe of the County Hall on the Carrigrohane Road (Straight Road).”
“Lucali re-opened on Wednesday, but Mr. Iacono was missing from his spot behind a flour-dusted counter in the back, near a brick oven.”
“First Responders like Richard, who missed earlier compensation often because their illnesses did not fully manifest until after those opportunities had passed, believed that they would finally find the support they needed when the Zadroga Bill re-opened the Victims Compensation Fund early this year.”
“The political wrangling over how to respond to the ICB has re-opened a faultline in the coalition government, with the Liberal Democrats publicly reasserting their hard line on bank reform.”
“The news reports suggest that it will be quite some time before the Ocampo-El Rosario access is re-opened to regular traffic.”
“The Harbottle work resurfaced this year when police re-opened a criminal investigation into phone hacking.”
“In Late March of 2007, Babylon re-opened only about a mile away from its original location, on Kinderkamack Road on the site of Shanghai Restaurant, which had closed six months before.”
“For the victims, the trial has re-opened painful wounds but also brings hope for healing.”
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