recontact

recontact

(riːˈkɒntækt)
vb (tr)
to contact (a person, organization, etc) again
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Permission may be sought to recontact the person if intended future use is outside the scope of the current consent (3.
But even if the spacecraft survived its landing, we won't hear from it again: it's been commanded not to try to recontact Earth, says project scientist Matt Taylor (European Space Agency).
The detached BEAM is not expected to be a potential threat to the space station in regard to recontact.
Is it probably too late to recontact the employer and reopen negotiations?
The council confirmed that they contacted Mr Clarke prior to commencing and did not recontact him due to the public house being located two kilometres away from the location of actual works.
While the researchers involved in the recontact study concluded from this evidence that the show not only influenced the development of cognitive skills but also contributed to what they labelled "positive social behavior and social competence" (Huston et al.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Lebanon's Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour demanded during the Arab Foreign Ministers meeting in Cairo on Wednesday cancelling the decision of suspending Syria's membership in the AL and to recontact the Syrian government to reach a peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis.
Several investment funds have expressed an interest in CIM but have requested that we recontact them in early 2013 once their new 2013 funds are funded.
Results and effect of refusal recontact in a case-control study of ectopic pregnancy.
One group was required to recontact the clinician's office by telephone to request a prescription.
Moreover, the incorporation of text messaging gives SpyderLynk a way to recontact a customer, who can opt in to ongoing messages from a brand.