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recommit

verb call back, commit again, commit anew, give back, order back, refer back, remand, remit, send back
See also: confine, rearrest, remand
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Since that (winning streak) ended, we've had a hard time recommitting ourselves to defense,'' Hill said.
Major companies, Sullivan said, are recommitting to the city.
I am also pleased that the Bank is, in effect, recommitting to the team that has helped us develop into one of the leading mortgage banking companies in the country over the past five years," commented Wohl.
Officials of the United States, its NATO allies and Balkan leaders concluded two days of sometimes tense meetings here Sunday that produced a series of declarations recommitting the former warring parties to full compliance with the Bosnian peace accords.
In 2004, NMAC is recommitting itself to fighting AIDS at home through programs that educate minority populations about how not to spread AIDS.
With these ads, ALLTEL is recommitting itself and all of its 20,000 employees to being the one provider that will really make it right for its more than 12 million customers.
Fischer has recognized the deep history and continued viability of its specialty imaging technologies in the medical community, and the company is now recommitting resources to take these groups of products to a higher level.
Recently major automotive manufacturers have been recommitting themselves to the development of fuel cell vehicles.