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The act of resuming or starting something again.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
The act of resuming.
Etymology: resomption, Fr. resumptus, Lat.
And if there be any fault in the last, it is the resumption or the dwelling too long upon his arguments. John Denham.
the act of resuming; as, the resumption of a grant, of delegated powers, of an argument, of specie payments, etc
the taking again into the king's hands of such lands or tenements as he had granted to any man on false suggestions or other error
Etymology: [cf. F. rsumption, L. resumptio restoration, recovery, fr. resumere. See Resume.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rē-zump′shun, n. act of resuming or taking back again, as the resumption of a grant: the return to special payments.—adj. Resump′tive.—n. a restoring medicine.
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The numerical value of Resumption in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Resumption in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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A follow-up Fed hike could come as soon as March, aided and abetted by favorable oil price base-effects that will lift inflation almost a percentage point and a potentially mild winter, we should see a resumption of the dollar's longer-term uptrend as 2016 progresses.
The dialogue would not open by itself though the United States repeatedly talks about resumption of dialogue like a parrot without considering any realistic proposal that would fully conform with the interests of both sides, if the United States is to move towards producing a result, time will not be enough.
The brisk resumption of Chinese oil demand, 90% of pre-COVID levels by the end of April and moving higher, is a welcome signpost for the global economy.
A corrective action on all Figo and Figo Aspire vehicles, presently at Ford dealerships, has been undertaken, leading to a resumption of deliveries to customers.
We look forward to addressing the underlying causes that led to the compliance orders and to developing a positive path forward for the re-opening of WIPP and the resumption of transuranic waste operations at LANL.
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