- v commit once again, as of a crime
- v commit again
It was recommitted into her custody
- v send back to a committee
The bill was recommitted three times in the House
- Against them are the "traditionalists," who believe that Republicans need only recommit themselves to Ronald Reagan's agenda to succeed again.
- He moved to recommit the bill.
- In other words, are we going to celebrate and reaffirm our values, articulate our ideals and recommit to the battle before us to convince others of our point of view?.
News & Articles
- Obama: Progress in women's pay equity, but not enough
WASHGINTON, D.C. - Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act, President Obama on Monday celebrated the work of all the "brave women" who fought to get the law passed, even while promising to "recommit ourselves to the work that remains to be done" until equal pay in the workforce is an American reality.
June 10, 2013 - KTVQ Billings
- Monmouth considers flat budget, RSU 2's future, trash-hauling contract on Tuesday
Monmouth voters on Tuesday will decide whether to break the town's relationship with the school district, recommit to its relationship with its trash handler and form a new commitment with a commission aimed at making best use of town-owned property.
June 9, 2013 - Morning Sentinel
- Condoleezza Rice in International Herald Tribune
I hope that this meeting of the three of us will be an opportunity to examine the current situation, to commit - recommit - to existing agreements but also to begin to explore and probe the political and diplomatic horizon,Rice said.
- Lee Rhiannon in Sydney Morning Herald
Premier Iemma should can the metro plan and recommit to a high capacity heavy rail service to Sydney's north-west to meet future population growth,Ms Rhiannon said. "It never made sense to change horses mid-stream. Planning for the...