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- n. The act of recommencing; a second or subsequent commencement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A commencement made anew.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A commencement anew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. beginning again
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In order to ascertain the actual progress or lack of progress regarding recommencement of municipal water delivery, we have to circulate in the streets and inquire of neighbors as to what the local tom-toms tell them.
It is no coincidence that this provision was published on the eve of the recommencement of the Omar Khadr commission.
Therefore, to encourage the recommencement of trade, a makeshift system of barter and triangle trade developed.
This appears to be a welcome move towards recommencement of dialogue between the Chinese Government and representatives of the Dalai Lama.
The greatest danger to Osborne now is an accidental recommencement of hostilities.
Government towards this goal and towards ensuring a viable economic future for Nauru, particularly through the recommencement of phosphate mining.
As this announcement seemed the prelude to a recommencement of the dispute, there was another interference on the part of the company; and a vast quantity of talking and clamouring ensued, in the course of which Mr. Noddy gradually allowed his feelings to overpower him, and professed that he had ever entertained a devoted personal attachment towards Mr. Gunter.
But what we saw tonight is the recommencement of the Israeli Defense Forces 'air campaign against Hezbollah targets in the capital, Beirut.
Here the territory of Dóngola terminates, being divided from that of the Arabs Sheygya by a mountainous rocky tract, two hours journey in breadth, reaching close to the river, and forming the recommencement of the chain which terminates at
All were silent, fearing a recommencement of the dispute.