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reconsider

verb amend, consider again, consult again, denuo, go over, have second thoughts, redeliberate, reevaluate, reexamine, reflect again, rehear, rejudge, rethink, retry, review, revise one's thoughts, reweigh, rework, think better of, think over
Associated concepts: reconsider a judicial decision
See also: appeal, reexamine, review, revise
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BEIRUT: Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Thursday Lebanon was reconsidering its response to the Syrian refugee influx and urged the creation of camps for the displaced.
This entails reconsidering Williams's paradigm of the court/city, rural/metropolitan as "dialectically related constructs," to rethink this in relation to "space," understood theoretically as "social relationships, capital flows, cultural representations and global forces" (1).
I thought it was worth reconsidering since it does not appear to be a situation where we're in dire need to open a school for the year 2000,'' DiFatta said.
According to the IRS 1998 Priorities for Tax Regulations and Other Administrative Guidance, the Service's 1998 Business Plan includes reconsidering the HAR method in light of this TAM.
Even as he is reconsidering what poems he will write in this new world, Doty also reconsiders the style in which he will write them.
About $10 million of this increase resulted from the commission reconsidering its position on return on equity, which they voted to increase to 11.
Shin Ho Canada is reconsidering its plan to construct a pulp mill in Thunder Bay.
Judge Peter Spinetta granted Crestwood's motion to halt the City Council from reconsidering the permit at its October 20 meeting and voiding the Council's actions at a meeting of September 15 that set the stage for the October 20 discussion.