reseize

reseize

(riːˈsiːz)
vb (tr)
1. to seize or take hold of again
2. archaic to reinstate (a person)
3. archaic to put (someone) back in possession of a given thing, to endow (a person) again with a given thing
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Giap, striving to reseize initiative, struck in great strength at Eastertime in 1972, ignoring all rules of revolutionary war.
If resistance rallies or public speeches are allowed to occur, they may generate enough momentum to reseize political power.
Indeed, the disfranchisement movement should be seen as testimony to this very fact; it was propelled by the aim of the Democratic Party to reseize control of state politics and to destroy the conditions that had made for partisan competition and greater participation by poor and uneducated whites as well as blacks.
But in the long run they pose a problem of equal gravity--and an opportunity for liberals to reseize the initiative from conservatives.