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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 president of Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc (8316:Tokyo), SMBC's parent company, said that the firm is reconsidering its decision because coal power plants have significant deleterious impact on the environment.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Thursday Lebanon was reconsidering its response to the Syrian refugee influx and urged the creation of camps for the displaced.
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.
Still, its selection of mostly well-known works didn't generate the sense of wonder I felt at LA MoCA's seminal "Reconsidering the Object of Art," which presented many of the same works, or at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's brilliant "Beyond Geometry: Experiments in Form 1940s to 1970s" (2004) or at the Whitechapel's "Live in Your Head," which overflowed with outrageous and arcane examples of British Conceptualism.
It is a concern that the government may be reconsidering the HAR in light of the TAM.
Ken Schofield, one of Europe's most influential golf bosses, said: "We had success in talking one previous captain, Bernard Gallacher, into reconsidering a few years ago.
Shin Ho Canada is reconsidering its plan to construct a pulp mill in Thunder Bay.
Banks are reconsidering their business with KPMG after the firm acknowledged lapses while working on the assets of a family-owned business in South Africa.
The movement called it a "rehearsal" that was "carried out in cold blood and used an intentional tactical obscurity that is only directed at an enemy." The movement said there was still a chance for "reconsidering mistakes and for a national settlement that preserves the rights and interests of everybody based on the formula of rejecting the accusation of any innocent person and the acquitting of any guilty party." -- The Daily Star
Volkswagen AG (VW)(Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is reconsidering its decision to produce the United States specific Golf R.
First, the show pointed up the Western bias of such important earlier surveys as the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris's "L'art conceptuel, une perspective" (1989) and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art's "Reconsidering the Object of Art, 1965-1975" (1995).
In his book-length study of Areopagitica, Paul Dowling seeks to provide a fresh account of Milton's famous tract by challenging recent views of Milton as Puritan and by reconsidering what it means to "historicize" Milton's writings.