reconsideration

[ UK /ɹˌiːkənsˌɪdəɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ɹikənˌsɪdɝˈeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a consideration of a topic (as in a meeting) with a view to changing an earlier decision
  2. thinking again about a choice previously made
    he had second thoughts about his purchase
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How To Use reconsideration In A Sentence

  • However, it sometimes seems as though a mere public reconsideration is not enough: we instead demand an abject, groveling apology and a confession that those who opposed the war were right about every last thing.
  • Note that completely rigid kinds of certificates can still be specified by simply stipulating that reconsideration always fails for them.
  • Forests worth of trees have been felled, herds of sheep slaughtered, great pits of clay have been quarried, all so that several millenia of humans can write down their reconsiderations of deific decrees.
  • The court remitted the matter to the agency for reconsideration.
  • A reconsideration of these moves us on to a more analytical plane, and points the way forward to discussion in subsequent chapters.
  • There is a free exchange of ideas, the purpose of which is to stir the mind, leading to revaluations and reconsiderations.
  • The jurisdiction of the arbitrator can only be protected if the award is also remitted to his reconsideration.
  • Art 1, Sec 7, Para 2 continues “If after such Reconsideration ...” as an indication of a specific action and a specific situation differentiated from the initial “Every Bill ...” The Volokh Conspiracy » Would “Deem & Pass” Survive Judicial Review?
  • But he said he will file a motion for reconsideration before the same court or the Supreme Court.
  • In recent years, there appeared a trend of reconsideration of the research of organizational culture.
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