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  • n. The act of reimposing; the act of imposing something again.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of reimposing: as, the reimposition of a tax.
  • n. A tax levied anew.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. imposition again


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  • I have one friend who is seriously suggesting that the rise in crude prices needs to met by reimposition of the 55 mph national speed limit.

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  • "Such dismissive conduct, viewed in tandem with the reimposition of a second blanket and substantively identical moratorium and in light of the national importance of this case, provide this court with clear and convincing evidence of the government's contempt of this court's preliminary injunction order," he wrote.

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  • The film was without redeeming merit – there's no other way to put it – and it was about a "ruthless enemy" and the reimposition of the American social order through violence and rugged individualism.

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  • The reimposition of sanctions on Libya marks a policy reversal for Washington, which for the past decade has sought to woo Col.

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  • But he added, We're dealing with a regime that will not be satisfed with the reimposition of its authority. ...

    France fires on Libyan military vehicle

  • The most newsworthy feature of the revenue bill was the reimposition of a 4% state sales tax on clothing and shoes selling for less than $110.

    Henry J. Stern: Budget: Late, Unbalanced

  • The possibility, however distant at this point, of at least some Taliban leaders returning to power has concerned Afghan womens groups, who fear the reimposition of draconian restrictions during their five-year rule in the late 1990s, when girls were forbidden to attend school and females were banned from public and professional life.

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  • Halifax attributed the fall to a combination of one-off factors such as cold, snowy weather and the reimposition of stamp duty on lowest-priced properties, with a rise in the number of new properties on the market also exacerbating the situation.

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  • But long since even the memory of that time had grown faint to vanishing, and there would be just as indignant a reaction to the reimposition of that ideal as there must once have been to its gradual abandonment.

    His Disposition

  • Issues at hand involve the National Guard, Posse Commentates, and FEMA Prisons for events of rebellion [or civil demonstration] and revolution and a reimposition of the concept of establishing a North American Union.

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