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.