re-begin

re-begin

vb (tr)
to begin (something) again
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Royal Dutch Shell is the initial firm to restart its operation in the area, recommencing production at its Albian mine, and Enbridge has started examining its facilities and prepares to re-begin operations closed amid the blaze.
Nearly two thousand years ago, it was the same reason that brought about the Jewish settlement in Kerala which thrived until the state of Israel beckoned them to re-begin their life in the 'Promised Land'.
That will allow some of the hatred and bitterness there at the moment to air - and allow the space for a process to re-begin.
The Prime Minister added that he wanted to use his latest hectic mission "to prepare the ground to re-begin the Middle East peace process".
The angels have fallen, the leaves have fallen: but the leaves are happy in their "power to die," to fall on flowing water and re-begin the circuit of matter.
Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) announced that it has oriented United Telecom Limited (UTL) to re-begin its services within 24 hours, due to power failure in the instrument room resulting to total service disruption.
On Wednesday, Turkey s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz announced that the central Iraqi government will re-begin transporting oil, which was suspended in March due to the dispute, but will start again on Wednesday with 150,000 barrels per day.
Company contrives for extending its operations commencing in Morocco where it will soon open its first office and will also re-begin exporting to Libya as soon as feasible.
Reda Agag, advisor to the supply and domestic trade minister, announced that Egypt was contriving to re-begin imports of wheat from Kazakhstan, after a two-year hiatus in shipments.
As per the report, China will re-begin purchasing arms from Russia that called for a deal, which has inked for 24 Su-35 fighter jets and four Lada-class conventional submarines.