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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reimpose.

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Examples

  • If Congress reimposes 2009's much larger $3.5 million exemption, she says, "that would do a lot" to lower her premiums.

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  • • Obama administration reimposes offshore oil drilling ban: It will prohibit offshore oil drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico or off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as part of the next five-year drilling plan, reversing two key policy changes announced in late March.

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  • Times Reader reimposes those sense of boundaries, especially when you turn off your Internet connection.

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  • NFL, NFLPA agree on CBA that reimposes restrictions on free agency that were lost in the Mackey case.

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  • This exploit coming to the knowledge of their lord, he reimposes the old burdens on the rustics, who complain of his injustice, at the same time producing the bond.

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  • That action "reimposes the district court's worldwide injunction on the Defense Department, preempting the orderly process for repealing" the statute, the Justice Department said, requesting that the appeals court suspend its latest decision by Friday.

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  • That action "reimposes the district court's worldwide injunction on the Defense Department, preempting the orderly process for repealing" the statute, the Justice Department said, requesting that the appeals court suspend its latest decision by Friday.

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  • The tax code is already full of measures that discriminate against those with large mortgages so a tweak that, say, reimposes the penalty for non-conforming mortgages would not be inconsistent, nor would it be politically difficult.

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  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., told Salazar she supported the moratorium and hopes he reimposes it as quickly as possible.

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  • Barack Obama's administration saw its six-month moratorium on deep water drilling overturned by a federal judge on June 22nd but will hope that the higher court reimposes the ban, pending investigation of the causes of the catastrophic leak after an explosion on BP's Deepwater

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