from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A renewal of a commitment, or an act of recommitting
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A second or renewed commitment; a renewed reference to a committee.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A second or renewed commitment.
- n. A renewed reference to a committee.
So first the apology, then the reason, and then recommitment, which is a way of saying, I ` m going to make a new promise to you that this is the way our relationship is going to go, I am going to be faithful, and fixing -- the fourth thing is fixing the problem.
At the Los Angeles event, gay and lesbian couples decked out in wedding finery participated in a public "recommitment" ceremony.
Without the kind of overhaul or "recommitment" the media usually celebrate and leads to a team like Dalls getting rolled by Golden State, Denver has improved.
In Santiago, he called for a recommitment of principles in the Inter-American Democratic Charter, approved on September 11, 2001 by the Organization of American States.
Now they're planning a recommitment ceremony in New York.
But in his remarks, Obama announced his administration's recommitment to fighting the disease domestically, as well.
But it also allows "a chance to start over" filled with "hope and renewal and recommitment."
Gabby's "Congress on the Corner" reminded us of the incredible gift of our public servants and inspired a recommitment to our democracy.
Throughout we witness Confucius' commitment and recommitment to a resolution made in youth and followed throughout a life, a commitment maintained through resolve, tenacity and perseverance.
Absent such a public recommitment, they worry that Iran will be encouraged to even greater mischief.