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commit once again, as of a crime

commit again

send back to a committee

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People can take 8-11 quit attempts to kick smoking for good, so they should gain an advantage by recommitting to their quit every Monday.
To help people achieve their goals, Bill and Jim are unveiling their Top 9 Tips for Recommitting to Your Resolutions:
Opponents of recommitting the section said that it is simply designed to treat traditional generating facilities and renewable energy projects equally under state law.
Pataki once again affirmed his unwavering commitment to the revitalization of Lower Manhattan by recommitting to the aggressive timeline he set forth last year, announcing a new set of priority projects to improve the quality-of-life for downtown residents, visitors, and workers.
Reconcile with a deceased father, or bring closure if both parties are not interested in recommitting.
Families mark the occasion with five activities, including reinforcing their bonds, commemorating the past, recommitting to cultural ideals and celebrating the good life.
It may fall on the physician executive--the bridge between the cold calculating financial officer and the warmth of the bedside--to be the persuader and catalyst in recommitting the organization to its high calling of not only producing but also measuring health in patients.
As we celebrate this extraordinary milestone for the Save-A-Landmark campaign, Hampton is recommitting itself to preservation with a bold goal to preserve 50 landmarks by 2010, ensuring landmarks, such as this World War II monument, live on.
Opponents of recommitting the section said it is simply designed to treat traditional generating facilities and renewable energy projects equally under state law.
Since that (winning streak) ended, we've had a hard time recommitting ourselves to defense,'' Hill said.