refoundation

refoundation

(ˌriːfaʊnˈdeɪʃən)
n
an act of refounding
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Contract notice: supplies of fiduciary printing machinery project refoundation
From its refoundation in 1943 until 1947, it was called the Partito Socialista Italiano di Unita Proletaria (United Proletarian Italian Socialist Party or PSIUP).
Zelaya recently told reporters he would run as a candidate of the Partido Libertad y Refundacion (Liberty and Refoundation Party, LIBRE), which he founded after returning from exile, because he is "the only one who can defeat" Hernandez.
Urged on by the opposition Liberty and Refoundation Party (LIBRE), protesters took toll stations in the center and north of the Central American country, sparking clashes in which at least 14 people were arrested, a police official said.
A religious interpretation has also been given (9) to the drums of the columns with twenty flutes, worked in limestone and stuccoed, that were reused on the wall in the Augustine refoundation in the Maimonides Square, becoming one of the earliest examples of the use of spolia (rediviva saxa) in the city, which would later become so frequent in late Roman and Ancient times (Moreno Almenara & Gutierrez 2008).
Smaller, oppressed nations were equally intent on forging their national myths with recourse to the same model of achievement, loss, and refoundation, grounded in rigorous examination of historical sources.
Britain should be arguing not for a few trivial 'reforms', but (to take an expression from some dissident German social democrats (6)) for a refoundation of the EU based on equality, on recoupling economic and social progress, and on offering emancipatory employment opportunities to the younger generations who have been abandoned by the EU today.
He covers war, revolution, and the communist scission in Gramsci; the paradox between communist scission and united front; the communist refoundation and the united front in Gramsci, and the strategy of the anti-fascist united front.
This concept represents the Refoundation of the Bolivian State, which is expressed in a plurinationality of nations, the autonomy of regions, departments and territories of nations and indigenous-native-rural peoples.
dissertation, University of London) (on file with London University Senate) and subsequently developed in Alex Stein, The Refoundation of Evidence Law, 9 CAN.
On the other hand, three leftist parties ( Five Star Movement, Communist Refoundation Party, Left Ecology Freedom ) proposed resolution drafts to recognise a Palestinian state which led to a heated discussion due to different opinions between the members of the Parliament leading the session to an open end.
No second Troy": topoi and refoundation in Livy, Book V', TAPA 124, 267-289.