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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reconsider.

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Examples

  • One of the elements of the report that will have to be reconsidered is its reliance on the state's ability to push economic development through specific agencies that would likely coordinate with the New York Wine and Grape Foundation.

    LENNDEVOURS:

  • One of the elements of the report that will have to be reconsidered is its reliance on the state's ability to push economic development through specific agencies that would likely coordinate with the New York Wine and Grape Foundation.

    Wine Grape Task Force Releases Report

  • One of the elements of the report that will have to be reconsidered is its reliance on the state's ability to push economic development through specific agencies that would likely coordinate with the New York Wine and Grape Foundation.

    Jason Feulner

  • In 1802, six days shy of his 45th birthday, he told Butts that he would not send him a drawing till he had again reconsidered his notions of art and "had put [himself] back as if [he] was a learner" (letter of 22 Nov. 1822, E 719).

    Introduction

  • In rejecting her appeal, the federal court not only ordered Stewart to begin serving her sentence immediately, but sent her case back to the original trial judge with instructions that her 28-month prison sentence be "reconsidered" -- a warning to Judge James Koeltl to impose a much harsher sentence.

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  • Every word reconsidered, every action reinterpreted, every stone turned over for its hidden meaning.

    Savages

  • Every word reconsidered, every action reinterpreted, every stone turned over for its hidden meaning.

    Savages

  • When asked point blank, he waffled and said this policy may be reconsidered, which is clear evidence it's been scrubbed.

    Obama Mania

  • When asked point blank, he waffled and said this policy may be reconsidered, which is clear evidence it's been scrubbed.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • He wished to avoid them; be touched them as lightly as he could, giving them their proper place in the argument; he was sensible they did not prove that law to be a bad one; but they formed the first and the strongest reason why the subject should be reconsidered, which is the main object of the present motion; for it was open to all amendments in its progress.

    The debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States : with an appendix containing important state papers and public documents, and all the laws of a public nature; with a copious index; compiled from authentic materials

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