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resumption

noun continuance, fresh start, new beeinning, recommencement, recrudescence, reentry, renewal, reopening, reprise, resurgence, resurrection, return to normal, revival
See also: recrudescence, renewal, resurgence, revival

RESUMPTION. To reassume; to promise again; as, the resumption of payment of specie by the banks is general. It also signifies to take things back; as the government has resumed the possession of all the lands which have not been paid for according to the requisitions of the law, and the contract of the purchasers. Cow. Int. h.t.

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