Resummons

Re`sum´mons


n.1.A second summons.
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73) Elegies employ repetition in the act of remembering, which resummons the past to link it to a redemptive history in a quest for resolution.
JANUARY 21, 2010: With most witnesses having been examined, the trial court resummons the victim, who had turned nine, for deposition
The chastened schemer contemplates killing himself, but he quickly resummons his courage, following Pseudolus in promising his master that he has a plot when he in fact has none: "I'll tell my master I'm working on another plan, if only to prolong this mess a little longer" (dicam aliquid me inventurum, ut huic malo aliquam producam moram; 615).