restudy

restudy

(ˌriːˈstʌdɪ)
vb (tr) , -studies, -studying or -studied
to study again
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Parliament chairman Dr Khalifa Al Dhahrani said the government had to restudy the subsidies system altogether to protect future generations.
The Polit-bureau of Dawa Party called for "restudy the decision", as well demanding the parliament "to allocate enough funds for the foodquestion".
* Restudy of blood spot cards from infants who clinically show a condition not detected by NBS
Responding to a question about Oman Air new touristic destinations, Pearce said that the company will open new routes, among them Muscat -Moscow route whose inauguration has been postponed for feasibility restudy purposes.
I can only accept cases which the ministry can look at and restudy. Other than that, I am sorry, laws are laws," he said.
He further said that to cope with the challenges of practical life, the outgoing graduates has to restudy and have to equipped themselves with new skills and abilities.
In a minor modification, the LPC requested that the university restudy the northern part of the playground to retain a flat lawn or soft landscaping.
Assad said Damascus "will restudy the deal to propose it anew to the European side" in accordance with Syrian national interest.
Now, by careful restudy of its fossils, Alex Page and his colleagues Phil Wilby, Sarah Gabbott and Jan Zalasiewicz, of the universities of Cambridge and Leicester and the British Geological Survey, have solved this riddle.
Asked whether simply taking the time to restudy the cost will increase the cost, the lieutenant governor said, "It's not going to be a lengthy process.
However, higher authorities instructed the municipality to contract a private company to enforce the system, which made the municipality restudy the whole project.