consult again

See: reconsider
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So I gained time to consult again with Benjamin and Mr.
All he asked was that I would remember the sacrifice, and restrain your rashness, in my own interests--interests which he might never be able to consult again. I made no such bargain with him--I would have died first.
Per sources, Epstein had urged them to hold off from accepting an offer from other teams as they try to move some payroll off the books and consult again with owners.
I'm sure he will consult again his economic team, and we will communicate with you the position of the President on the proposed 14th month," Roque said during a press briefing in Malacanang.
But Stocksfield and Broomhaugh Coun Patricia Dale said: "It will take at least two years and you will have to consult again.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority proposes to consult again on cutting one of Wrexham's two whole-time fire engines with the loss of 24 full-time jobs.
Talks with Damascus delegation addressed procedural issues that needed clarification, de Mistura said in a press conference, expressing hope to meet and consult again with the Syrian delegation next Wednesday.
"We are also now in discussion with potential operators for the rest of the Trinity Central site - which includes the historic infirmary building - and hope to be in a position to consult again with the local community in early 2016 on the future phases of our plan to regenerate the wider site."
He asked for 15 days to consult again with his officials in Juba despite earlier previous consultations granted to him on the same proposal.
The amount of items we assumed none of us would ever read or consult again was amazing.
Following an initial consultation declared unsuccessful on 09.07.2013 on grounds of public interest within the meaning of Article 59 of the Public Procurement Code Provins consult again for the operation of thermal plants (district heating, hot water sanitary and controlled mechanical ventilation) of its municipal buildings (77160).
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said NATO would continue to closely follow events on the 565-mile Turkey-Syria border, and if necessary consult again 'to discuss what else could be done.'