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- v. ignite again
- v. to start again, especially animosity or argument
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- v. ignite anew, as of something burning
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Meanwhile government and the real estate industry are trying to "reignite" the market -- hoping that starting another bubble will put off the reckoning.
U.S. withdrawal from the 1972 ABM treaty, which has inhibited development of ballistic-missile defenses, caused the usual cries that this would "re-escalate" (Jimmy Carter) and "reignite" (Sen. John Kerry) the arms race.
Why this would "reignite" any debate on proliferation is beyond me.
And those are troubled relations that can kind of reignite at any time.
Kelso now says he's willing to "take that step back" and try to "reignite" a sense of cooperation with Schwarzenegger, Chiang and the Legislature.
Terming the HJS's move as an attempt to "reignite" violence in Kandhamal which had been showing declining trend, the leaders said that no meeting was held at Bethikala Church as claimed by the HJS state President Ashok Sahu.
Man City boss urges Terry to 'reignite' himself with move from Chelsea to his club LONDON - Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has urged star player John Terry to turn leave Chelsea and lead his club's revolution.
Barclays to reignite bonus row with £2.3bn payout to investment bankers
The Ashes win will also reignite the debate about the paucity of coverage for English cricket on terrestrial television.
It's been the spark to reignite the GOP's traditional conservative, lower income white male loyalists, and increasingly white female supporter.
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