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- v. To resume something that has been convened and then paused.
- v. To come together again
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To convene or assemble again; to call or come together again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To come together again.
- To call together again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. meet again
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The illegal attempt by Sivakumar to call the reconvene of the State Assembly did not create much the event they wanted.
What's amazing to me is how much we try to "reconvene" so many of the artifacts of the past in a new space... longing for the effects, but instead painting pictures of that which once, we think, might have granted them.
Regarding his other projects, Slash said Velvet Revolver would return to auditioning for a new singer and "reconvene" after he spends six months on a worldwide tour.
That's why we plan to reconvene, and broaden our mission: to design and develop concrete programs that will promote a more civil democracy.
It was so popular they asked the same group of scholars to reconvene over the last several years to develop a new translation that might be more accessible to younger (18-35) readers.
The cast will reconvene with Dr. Drew the next two Tuesdays in front of a live studio audience. ...
Two weeks later the Final Four reconvene, this time at a penthouse suite at the Hudson Hotel.
Be ready to reconvene there for a full briefing from Detective Superintendent Lonergan at eleven hundred hours.
Euro-zone finance ministers will reconvene on June 19 and then continue talks June 20, with the Ecofin meeting taking place that evening.
The BBC's first instinct had been to reconvene the pre-war announcing trio of Leslie Mitchell, Jasmine Bligh and Elizabeth Cowell, but only Bligh was available, and she soon left again.