recommitment


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re·com·mit

 (rē′kə-mĭt′)
tr.v. re·com·mit·ted, re·com·mit·ting, re·com·mits
1. To commit again.
2. To refer (proposed legislation, for example) to a committee again.

re′com·mit′ment, re′com·mit′tal (-mĭt′l) n.
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The GC70 aims are also to call States and other actors to action: urging recommitment to International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and enhanced and practical efforts towards its respect.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha, has described his re-appointment as a call for rededication and recommitment to the course of Nigerian nationhood.
In this regard, she called for recommitment to the UN Charter, based on the inherent dignity and worth of the individual, and the provision of fundamental human rights, including the right of peoples to self-determination.
Recommitment to the national tree planting across the country is a starting point.
The recommitment by the leaders to strengthening the ceasefire and to promoting an environment conducive to peace, as well as their stated readiness to take further steps toward result-oriented negotiations, is encouraging, reads the statement.
It also sought recommitment of the various roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders and to review the current governance of the Poverty Eradication Programme looking at the focus, structures, systems and processes for greater impact.
Ron Salo moved for the reconsideration of the recommitment of the bill to the panel level.
In most states, the SVP returns to the treatment facility for recommitment. New York has an additional provision to increase the intensity of supervision.
An Act of Remembrance and Recommitment will be led by the Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire Guy Clark.
"Only a recommitment from this administration to the long held US policy of achieving peace through the two-state solution on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem the capital of the state of Palestine and respecting international resolutions and law will provide a way forward."
"Only a recommitment from this administration to the long-held US policy of achieving peace through the two-state solution on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem the capital of the state of Palestine and respecting international resolutions and law will provide a way forward."