re-attempt

re-attempt

vb (tr)
to attempt (something) again
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He also assured anxious parents that Class XI students would not be failed and could re-attempt their papers in the mid-term supplementary exams.
According to a recent study, the possibility of failure was higher for the combined anaesthesia than for spinal anaesthesia alone; the likelihood of converting into general anaesthesia after failure of epidural anaesthesia was 5%, re-attempt was 7.
The county offices are not open this early and some vendors are discovering that the delivery services will not re-attempt delivery of the package until after the bid opening.
16 (SUNA) The National Group for Human Rights carried out Wednesday a protest in front of the US embassy headquarters in Khartoum condemning the coercive unilateral economic sanctions imposed on the Sudan by the United States, and the re-attempt to subject the country under the 4 th item of the Human Rights Council, calling on the international community to provide the technical and logistical support so as to get out of the international monitoring of human rights.
If a candidate withdraws himself he is not allowed to re-attempt special forces selection on future courses but those who are medically withdrawn can have a second stab at joining one of the three SAS regiments.
Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev has sent mixed signals about whether the government will try to keep the arms factory state property or re-attempt privatization after a number of unsuccessful procedures.
He's a bit slower than me and he was surprised at the 21 day target so I don't think he'll re-attempt it.
Will they abide by the map that has been set by the council or will they re-attempt to seize power on the expenses of the council?
Some protective factors decrease risk for suicide attempt or re-attempt (Bryan, Johnson, Rudd, & Joiner, 2008).
The survey found that only 25% of browsers would revisit an e-commerce site and re-attempt a failed transaction, while fewer than 9% would wait more than 15 minutes for site repairs to be conducted before looking elsewhere.
NEXT YEAR Chris Foot will re-attempt his South Pole mission EXPERT TUITION Hexham's Conrad Dickinson has advised and supported Chris Foot on his mission to the South Pole and back