restress

restress

(ˌriːˈstrɛs)
vb (tr)
to stress or emphasize again or differently
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MDU operates multiple locations in Oregon, including Knife River's precast and restress concrete plant in Harrisburg.
Mayweather did not have to restress he would never negotiate as long as Arum, who had allegedly conned the unbeaten American champion earlier in his career, was around the table.
I restress the fact that the United States relies heavily on launch on warning for positive control, for force coordination and for retaliation.
In concluding, it is important to restress that one single, most important policy measure will be the creation of free energy markets.
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Finally, the GCC summit restressed the members' commitment to promoting global economic growth and the stability of energy markets, both of which have been threatened by Iran's recent attacks on maritime shipping and oil installations.
For his part, Griffiths restressed international community keenness to put an end to the war, bring about peace and save the Yemeni people from the difficult situation, they are experiencing, due to the war, drawing attention to the unwavering UN stance, in regard to Yemeni unity, stability and sovereignty.
Hamdallah restressed the continuation of the security work in all the governorates to protect the people and their property against chaos and lawlessness.
The contemporary form with capitalized I is said to be "a restressed variant of the originally unstressed ME i." (Horobin & Smith 2002: 112; also Fisiak 1968: 80).
Hua, "Experimental study on subgrade reaction under raft foundation restressed with unbonded tendon," Chinese Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, vol.