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  • v. Present participle of redouble.


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  • Fanaticism consists in redoubling your effort when you have forgotten your aim.

    William James at Harvard

  • Darkwolf377 ( "Fanaticism is described as redoubling your effort when you have forgotten your aim."

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  • With a crop of new commercial models on the horizon and a resurgence of air traffic world-wide, suppliers such as Honeywell and Rockwell Collins are redoubling efforts to transition more safety devices and systems to airliners.

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  • Most worrying would be the likelihood of Iran redoubling its nuclear efforts in far more dangerous regional circumstances.

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  • But the company responded by swiftly firing two top executives and redoubling its commitment to "corporate integrity."

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  • It is simultaneously redoubling its efforts to avert triggering their requirements for tax collection by retreating from states it deems unfriendly.

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  • For those not yet in retirement, it also means redoubling efforts to save.

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  • Educators said they are redoubling efforts to help special education students in math.

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  • Most of his hour-long speech was a paean to liberal activism, as the president called for redoubling outlays on high-speed rail and "countless" green energy jobs.

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  • Dr. Teule says Fukushima was a wake-up call for governments around the world "to bring the nuclear age to a close by shifting investment towards energy efficiency, and redoubling efforts to harness safe and secure renewable energy sources".

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