resummon

resummon

(ˌriːˈsʌmən)
vb (tr)
to summon again

resummon


Past participle: resummoned
Gerund: resummoning

Imperative
resummon
resummon
Present
I resummon
you resummon
he/she/it resummons
we resummon
you resummon
they resummon
Preterite
I resummoned
you resummoned
he/she/it resummoned
we resummoned
you resummoned
they resummoned
Present Continuous
I am resummoning
you are resummoning
he/she/it is resummoning
we are resummoning
you are resummoning
they are resummoning
Present Perfect
I have resummoned
you have resummoned
he/she/it has resummoned
we have resummoned
you have resummoned
they have resummoned
Past Continuous
I was resummoning
you were resummoning
he/she/it was resummoning
we were resummoning
you were resummoning
they were resummoning
Past Perfect
I had resummoned
you had resummoned
he/she/it had resummoned
we had resummoned
you had resummoned
they had resummoned
Future
I will resummon
you will resummon
he/she/it will resummon
we will resummon
you will resummon
they will resummon
Future Perfect
I will have resummoned
you will have resummoned
he/she/it will have resummoned
we will have resummoned
you will have resummoned
they will have resummoned
Future Continuous
I will be resummoning
you will be resummoning
he/she/it will be resummoning
we will be resummoning
you will be resummoning
they will be resummoning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resummoning
you have been resummoning
he/she/it has been resummoning
we have been resummoning
you have been resummoning
they have been resummoning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resummoning
you will have been resummoning
he/she/it will have been resummoning
we will have been resummoning
you will have been resummoning
they will have been resummoning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resummoning
you had been resummoning
he/she/it had been resummoning
we had been resummoning
you had been resummoning
they had been resummoning
Conditional
I would resummon
you would resummon
he/she/it would resummon
we would resummon
you would resummon
they would resummon
Past Conditional
I would have resummoned
you would have resummoned
he/she/it would have resummoned
we would have resummoned
you would have resummoned
they would have resummoned
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NAB Chairman retired Justice Javed Iqbal who was briefed by the Lahore director general on the inquiry about Aleem here on Tuesday reportedly directed the officials concerned to resummon him for not providing complete record of the money trail.
It is expected that he will be issued resummons in the case.
RAWALPINDI -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi on Thursday resummoned former premier Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in connection with an ongoing investigation into the 'illegal' award of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) contract with Qatar.
ISLAMABAD -- Former Pakistani ambassador to the United States Ali Jahangir Siddiqui is likely to be resummoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for investigation.
LAHORE -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has resummoned Pakistan's ambassador to United States Ali Jahangir Siddiqui for Oct 10 in connection with a case of stock manipulation.
After Safdar did not appear before the court, the AC resummoned him for September 26 and even then he did not appear.
(73) Elegies employ repetition in the act of remembering, which resummons the past to link it to a redemptive history in a quest for resolution.
However, Machnouk added that Tarras could be resummoned at any time because he was still a suspect in the case.
leading the once-heir-apparent to presumably be resummoned to the
JANUARY 21, 2010: With most witnesses having been examined, the trial court resummons the victim, who had turned nine, for deposition
She was resummoned after the 31-year-old Bahraini defendant's lawyers argued they needed to question her further.
The chastened schemer contemplates killing himself, but he quickly resummons his courage, following Pseudolus in promising his master that he has a plot when he in fact has none: "I'll tell my master I'm working on another plan, if only to prolong this mess a little longer" (dicam aliquid me inventurum, ut huic malo aliquam producam moram; 615).21 Davus recognizes that his prospects can improve only if he tempts Fortune by acting, and this is precisely what happens.