reconsult

reconsult

(ˌriːkənˈsʌlt)
vb
to consult (someone or something) again
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So on day one he goes for the first consultation, day three he might report for a follow-up and day six or seven he might want to reconsult to chart his recovery.
In an email to the councillor, Harry Briggs, Scarborough Council's Environment, Enforcement and Contracts manager, wrote: "Owing to the strong level of feeling we are going to reconsult on our dog PSPO with a view to seeing if more of a consensus can be achieved."
"We were advised to start the process again and to reconsult, but bearing a lot more things in consideration."
The report recommends to reconsult on the proposal to close the Welsh stream at Brecon High and have it delivered at the Builth Wells campus of the proposed new twosite secondary school for Mid Powys.
But rather than reconsult, the council has decided to abandon the policy and reinstate the pounds 38 million funding to the service.
THE government s decision to strengthen and reconsult on the Energy National Policy Statements has been welcomed by planning and environmental charity, the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA).
THE government's decision to strengthen and reconsult on the Energy National Policy Statements has been welcomed by planning and environmental charity, the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA).
To do that, they need to go back to local businesses and residents and reconsult over the plans.
The European Union (EU) has called for fresh elections in Zimbabwe, saying the goal of any solution to the crisis "must be to reconsult the Zimbabwean people on a free, democratic and transparent basis as quickly as possible".
Thompson and his colleagues said that because these earliest symptoms are so common, it is important for parents to be able to reconsult their doctor on the same day as their initial visit if their child's condition worsens.
Thompson and his colleagues said that because these earliest symptoms of the disease are so common, it is important for parents to be able to reconsult their doctor on the same day as their initial visit if their child's condition worsens.
Surprisingly, the patients in whom pneumonias were missed did not reconsult more frequently, and we are left to believe they all did well.