reignition


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reignition

(ˌriːɪɡˈnɪʃən)
n
the process of igniting something again
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The United States announced on Tuesday that it is withholding $65m out of its $120m aid contribution to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) as hopes for the reignition of peace talks were dealt a heavy blow.
While the first initiative failed and the country entered a period of turbulence, the second initiative came to a halt due to the reignition of violence in July 2015.
Though water is unlimited for suppressing fires and eliminating reignition with new systems, timers are typically provided to avoid flooding the protected area.
It's a definite must-have equipped with an automatic reignition gas range and the largest electric oven cavity in the industry with self-clean.
At the same time, the foam itself hardens and protects the object from reignition, allowing the inorganic material to resist temperatures above 1,000 degrees C.
Since the outbreak of the Syria conflict in 2011, Densus 88 has been closely watching its impact on local jihadi circles, noting both the reignition of the jihadi fervor as well as the departure of a small but steady stream of Indonesians to join Jabhat al-Nusra, Ahrar Ash-Sham, and the Islamic State.
25am the flames were under control with firefighters remaining at the scene to damp down the smoldering embers in case of reignition.
These foams extinguish aircraft and oilfield fires faster and provide more protection from reignition than any other medium, saving lives of first responders, military personnel, and others while also protecting property.
Nearly every military strategist of the last 2,000 years, from Sun Tzu to Clausewitz, has argued that looting the heritage of a vanquished enemy is a poor military and political tactic as it will create lasting hatred and a simmering cause for the reignition of conflict.
We went back to check on it the next morning as it was being moved by highways just to check there was no reignition.
Firefighters brought the fire under control within 20 minutes and cooling operations continued until 2pm to completely extinguish the fire and prevent reignition.
Fitch believes that a precautionary arrangement would promote investor confidence and guard against a reignition of global risk aversion or a material re-assessment of country specific risks.