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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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The authority received an email from the Secretary of State, Michael Gove, at 7pm on Thursday saying the original decision to set up the Kings Priory Academy would be reconsidered.
Senior female clergy have threatened to vote with conservative evangelicals and Anglo-Catholics against final approval of the legislation if the amendment is not reconsidered by the bishops.
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Reconsidered: Institutional Integration and Impact offers a host of lessons from a decade of experimentation with methods to improve American college student successes.
The flight was delayed to allow Anselme's case to be reconsidered. His supporters say the campaign has to continue until he is allowed to remain in Stockton.
Louis International Airport in Missouri is reportedly being reconsidered.
And there is one epic story that has Jesus in it." In "Jesus Reconsidered: Scholarship in the Public Eye", pioneering biblical scholars put their reputations and careers on the line going public with what had been common knowledge among biblical scholars for over a century.
She said his case will be reconsidered after concerns that he could face execution if removed to his homeland.
All Things Reconsidered: My Birding Adventures is an excellent pick for any who have long known of and used Roger Tory Peterson's birding guides, which have become leading industry references in the fine art of bird identification.
The "ethics of preservation" that Boyarin invokes is familiar to Mennonites, who in recent years have reconsidered the Anabaptist/Christendom schism.
Mr Berman and his fellow councillors could easily alter the perception the public has of them by acknowledging that the decision, made by a committee of councillors, not to press for the repayment of monies paid - according to the District Auditor, illegally - should be reconsidered by an outside body.
31, 2004, of the opportunity to have their claims reconsidered. These claimants have 60 days from the date of their notice to register for reassessment, then 180 days to submit their reassessment package.