reassumption


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reassumption

(ˌriːəˈsʌmpʃən)
n
the act or process of reassuming something
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To whom, add Mortimer Lightwood, coming in among them with a reassumption of his old languid air, founded on Eugene, and belonging to the days when he told the story of the man from Somewhere.
Clarify requirements for secretarial reassumption of programs, final offers in negotiating compacts and responsibilities in carrying out construction programs.
Neff and Guinan have a true-to-life rapport, especially as they embody the awkward reassumption of past parent-child roles.
supervision and, if need be, a reassumption of authority by the
Having promised to quit if he lost Thanet South, Mr Farage's reassumption of the top job is both shameless and absurd.
Indeed, there can be no final reconciliation, no reassumption of previous roles, as the earthquake has rendered such endings all the more impossible.
NNA - Anticipating a potential presidential void in the offing, deputy of the House Hady Hobeish, told Voice of Lebanon radio station talkshow today, that differences between March 8 ministers remain focused on Bassil's reassumption of the Energy portfolio.
In a difficult operating environment, we created shareholder value through our successful execution of strategic objectives including new direct business production, assumed reinsurance, reassumption of ceded business, R&W recoveries, insurance terminations and purchases of our insured securities for loss mitigation.
The group is the reassumption of necessity as a necessity of freedom through common praxis.
12) Then, in 2004, out of the blue, a new Attorney General abruptly reversed course and declared that no Alaska tribes possess any original jurisdiction over any children's proceedings absent affirmative reassumption of that jurisdiction pursuant to the petitioning process set forth in ICWA [section] 1918.
I know I am not alone; one thinks back to Pavarotti's rather ill-advised reassumption of the role of Tonio in Donizetti's La Fille du regiment, with its stratospheric "Ah
Chang stressed that there is no time limit for his reassumption of CEO and there is no heir-apparent schedule.