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ignite anew, as of something burning

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BEIRUT: A large fire that erupted in a cooking oil factory in Mkalles Wednesday reignited overnight and was still raging over 15 hours later.
According to initial investigations, fire reignited due to short circuit.
EXOTIC DANCER'S Gold Cup hopes were hanging by a thread going into yesterday's Lexus Chase at Leopardstown, but his easy win over War Of Attrition has reignited his Cheltenham claims.
However, the prospects of a leadership challenge were reignited last night with a warning by former home secretary Charles Clarke that the Labour Party would not allow him to lead them to "utter destruction" at the next election.
A FEUD between Sean Connery and his neighbour has reignited after police were called over renovation work being done by the former Bond star.
VARIOUS Southern Rock Uprising (Classic Rock) " THE success of Kid Rock's All Summer Long, which samples Lynyrd Skynyrd, has reignited interest in the confederate cause and this compilation, free with the Summer edition of Classic Rock magazine, finds old-stagers Molly Hatchet and Black Oak Arkansas rubbing shoulders with young guns such as Black Stone Cherry, whose Hell And High Water teeters on the edge of heavy rock, and Willie Stradlin's Living For The Weekend, which injects Bon Jovi pop.
The issue also reignited tension between the church and Mexico's left, and led to renewed questions over whether clergy and Catholic groups can participate in political activism in a nation where religion and state are divided by law.
LEE ROCHE reckons a midweek dressing-down from boss Brian Carey has reignited Wrexham's survival hopes.
They want MacKenzie to tell them why he recently reignited the row over his "The Truth" article in the Sun.
George Runner has reignited criticism that the event is a government endorsement of religion.
It has been 17 years since I read your mag, but since I have kids now that skate they've reignited my love for it.
Mary Marshall,* 58, found that after her kids left the house and she was free to refocus on her relationship with her husband of 38 years, the passion reignited.
The weeks I spent during the summer training and performing reignited my desire to move through space and physically challenge my body.
But since Ozon has spent almost a decade turning out such nervy, quirky stuff (see immediately Sitcom and Under the Sand, if you haven't already), it's natural that expectations run high for Swimming Pool, his first English-language film, teaming him again with Charlotte Rampling, whose career he reignited two years ago in Under the Sand.
Thomas, who has reignited his career after splitting from long-time coach Mike Smith, said: 'I've still got a long way to go before I can say that I will be back at the form I showed in 1998 when I won both the Commonwealth and European titles.