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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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There is one wh-phrase that makes available the choice of retaining a resumptive pronoun in place of the gap that we usually find in such monoclausal wh-questions.
The chief characteristics that could prove hindrances in devising a mechanism for structural Case assignment and later on arriving at a uniform derivation/structure for Pashto relative clauses were: the presence in some instances and absence in others of the resumptive pronouns/nouns in Pashto relative clauses; considering the whole relative clause as a large DP; and the occupancy of the left-most periphery by the relativized nominal.
Resumptive pronouns and passives in the production of object relative clauses: circumventing computational cost.
PRINCE, Ellen 1990 Syntax and Discourse: A look at resumptive pronouns.
McKee and McDaniel (2001: 115) analyze the extraction of resumptive pronouns in child grammar by means of principles that make no reference to the exigencies of the interfaces.
1 with the resumptive sentence [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Similarly resumptive and transumptive in his allusions is Stephen Rodefer:
He has some interesting and valuable data for us to wrestle with: positioning of the verb, resumptive personal pronouns, careful employment of tenses on the one hand, but a `mannered style' with an excess of participles, redundant negatives, and clumsy parenthesis on the other hand; he suggests that the Marcan author is indebted to the Septuagint rather than to the papyri and the classical world.
Resumptive backups and operational windows to enable backups to be stopped and restarted from the point of interruption (for a priority restore) or network connectivity loss;
The dislocated entity is linked to the clause by a clause-internal resumptive pronoun.
In the resumptive prolepsis construction (Salzmann 2006), a bound pronoun agrees with the object of a van-PP ("of-PP") in gender, number and animacy, but not in the feature R: