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

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Examples

  • Mr. Dvorkovich dismissed calls from some senior officials for nonmarket steps such as reimposing capital controls.

    No Lifeline Guarantee for Russian Tycoons

  • Mr. Dvorkovich dismissed calls from some senior officials for nonmarket steps such as reimposing capital controls.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • "Hidden under 'Urban Agenda' we have calls for 'reasonable gun controls' such as reimposing the so-called assault weapons ban (rarely used in crimes, not the choice of criminals), closing the alleged gun show loophole (which doesn't exist -- the same laws apply at gun shows as apply everywhere else), repealing the Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (which protects law-abiding firearms manufacturers from frivolous lawsuits), repealing the Tiahrt Amendment

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  • Abed Rabbo, meanwhile, rejected Netanyahu's recent proposal that the Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish national homeland, in exchange for Israel reimposing the curb on settlements.

    Palestinians Weighing Alternatives To Peace Talks

  • Abed Rabbo, meanwhile, rejected Netanyahu's recent proposal that the Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish national homeland, in exchange for Israel reimposing the curb on settlements.

    Palestinians Weighing Alternatives To Peace Talks

  • Their first step could be immediately reimposing sanctions, including asset freezes and travel bans, on everyone in the Libyan government and security services responsible for the current violence.

    Put Down the Mad Dog

  • Those include reimposing the sanctions against Libya that the United States lifted seven years ago - a step that Senate Foreign Relations Chairman John F. Kerry D-Mass. has recommended.

    Obama condemns Gaddafi's crackdown, sends Clinton for talks on Libya

  • Several U.S. lawmakers called for reimposing sanctions against Libya that were lifted by the administration of George W. Bush.

    U.S. still awaiting Libya's permission to evacuate Americans

  • Those include reimposing the sanctions against Libya that the United States lifted seven years ago - a step that Senate Foreign Relations Chairman John F. Kerry D-Mass. has recommended.

    Obama condemns Gaddafi's crackdown, sends Clinton for talks on Libya

  • When General Wojciech Jaruzelski, the leader of the communist government, considered reimposing martial law, in the wake of the election defeat, he was warned off by the Kremlin.3

    Zero-Sum Future

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