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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 League Assistant Secretary General for Palestine Affairs Mohammed Subeih told reporters that Israeli acts do not rise to the level of a state, a fact that requires reconsidering its membership in the UN.
It is a concern that the government may be reconsidering the HAR in light of the TAM.
Volkswagen AG (VW)(Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is reconsidering its decision to produce the United States specific Golf R.
Now, the FDA is reconsidering whether that standard is too high for the Quit lozenge, which is really designed for cigarette aversion, a different standard than cigarette addiction.
True to its title, the articles are dedicated to reconsidering the concept "Renaissance" in all its forms.
Chamber's "Spas in the Italian Renaissance" also sets the tone for the book by reconsidering what some may consider a marginal topic through an analysis that shows the subject matter to be of great significance since princes and prelates would frequent them, both for reasons of health and deal-making.
Recently, an IRS official informally stated that thought has been given to reconsidering the Service's position on Rev.
Instead of reconsidering the merits of its prior decision, the Court of Appeals rejected on procedural grounds Philip Morris' arguments based on the new legal precedents.
Weisberg left open the possibility of reconsidering his "heat of passion" finding related to Kitty Menendez.
Ekstrand added, "As market conditions within the telecommunications sector improve, we look forward to reconsidering RCC's future listing options.