refight

refight

(riːˈfaɪt)
vb (tr)
to fight (someone or something) again
n
a second or new fight
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Once we got home, I would deploy my troops on the floor of my bedroom and refight Pickett's Charge, the failed Confederate assault on the Union lines that served as the bloody climax of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Along with the law's growing popularity and easing premium increases, that's left top Republicans showing no appetite to quickly refight the repeal battle.
'We had to wait for some time before the winds could stop so that we could refight the fire and we were able to accomplish our task by 4:45pm,' he said.
'In my experience, whether people voted to leave or remain, they want us to get on with the job of delivering Brexit and are much more interested in our future after Brexit than they are in trying to refight the referendum or overturn the result.'
"And it's unfortunate that Republicans have resorted to a taxpayer-funded lawsuit to refight a political fight that they keep losing.
He said the community should "engage in forward thinking to address new challenges and threats to the NCUSIF." He added that it is counterproductive to refight the financial crisis battles of 2008 and 2009.
Mr Kelleher said: "With rising chaos in many areas such as health, housing and crime Fine Gael's only answer is to desperately attempt to refight the 2011 election.
There has been no effort to build an effective barrier against illegal immigration; we end wars and then refight them; Iran, Russia, and China take little notice of U.S.
Anger is cultivated daily by the same jingoistic press that wants to refight Agincourt with the French over the migrant crisis and clear the Calais camp by force.
Obama had pledged earlier on Saturday not to refight the battles of the Cold War.