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ignite anew, as of something burning

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CHRISTIAN Eriksen's double helped earn Tottenham Hotspur a comfortable 4-1 win over Sunderland to reignite their Premier League title challenge and plunge their visitors into deeper trouble at the other end of the table.
The political row over fox-hunting reignites in the House of Lords today when peers debate the Second Reading of the Government's Bill banning hunting with hounds.
In addition to suggesting a new weapon in the battle against AIDS, this so-called pseudogene reignites speculation about why infection with HIV kills people but not nonhuman primates.
The recommendation reignites the most contentious contract dispute in the city's history, after the council last year was forced to back down from its no-bid contract extension award to Nederlander in the face of a voter-demanded referendum.
The research reignites the debate that has simmered since the terror attacks of Sept.