Reopened sentence example

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  • He even reopened a canal at least 80 m.

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  • Her necklace felt cool against her warm chest, a reminder of a memory she wished she hadn't reopened.

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  • His words reopened the wound she'd tried to heal too quickly.

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  • On the 9th of December the fifth Lateran council, which had been reopened by Leo in April, ratified the peace with Louis XII.

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  • The abbey school was reopened and the shrine of St Edward restored.

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  • Negotiations were reopened with Russia at 1721.

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  • Most of these, however, reopened for business before many weeks.

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  • In 1870 North Carolina's mica mines were reopened, and they produce the best grade of sheet mica for glazing and a large percentage of the country's yield of this mineral.

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  • It was opened in 1873, destroyed by fire almost immediately, and reopened in 1875.

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  • But at the close of 1906 the Cape ministry formally reopened the question of federation, and at a railway conference held in Pretoria in May 1908 the Natal delegates agreed to a motion affirming the desirability of the early union of the self-governing colonies.

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  • He only reopened them after the receipt of what was tantamount to an ultimatum on the subject from Great Britain.

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  • The corps of National Scouts (formed of burghers who had taken the oath of allegiance) was inaugurated and the Johannesburg stock exchange reopened.

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  • These pillars are then filled with blast holes which are fired simultaneously, permitting the whole block of ground to the level above to drop. A floor is then reopened in this fallen ore, leaving pillars for temporary support which are blasted out as before.

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  • At length Mycerinus, son of Cheops and successor of Chephren, reopened the temples and, although he built the Third Pyramid, allowed the oppressed people to return to their proper occupations.

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  • After being closed for many years it was reopened in 1880.

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  • This affair prompted the Ottoman Government to close the Darda nelles and Bosporus against all shipping, a course which caused immense loss and inconvenience to neutral Powers and produced such vigorous protest, particularly from Russia, that the straits were reopened in May.

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  • The 1st Army, after its long halt at Feng-hwang-cheng, which was employed in minutely organizing the supply service - a task of exceptional difficulty in these roadless mountains - reopened the campaign on the 24th of June, but only tentatively on account of the discouraging news from Port Arthur.

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  • The Reichsrat, which reopened under such conditions in Nov.

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  • With the growth of confidence negotiations with France were reopened, and, after long discussion, the treaty of 1893 was set aside and Chantabun evacuated in return for the cession of the provinces of Bassac, Melupre, and the remainder of Luang Prabang, all on the right bank of the Mekong, and of the maritime district of Krat.

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  • The death, in 1565, of Black Radziwill, the chief opponent of the union, still further weakened the Lithuanians, and the negotiations were reopened with more prospect of success at the diet which met at Lublin on the 10th of January 1569.

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  • In 1819 he opened at the law-school of Paris a class of public and administrative law, which in 1822 was suppressed by government, but was reopened six years later under the Martignac ministry.

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  • Chapels which had been closed were reopened; an entrance was found into many new villages.

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  • In 1861 it was at length said to be finished; but it was not until 1863 that the gates of the Rosetta branch were closed, and they were reopened again immediately, as a settlement of the masonry took place.

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  • Even before the final catastrophe the Spartans had reopened hostilities.

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  • The discovery of the Syriac version reopened the question of the date of the work.

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  • The university of Copenhagen, which had been destroyed by fire in 1728, was reopened in 1742, and under the auspices of the historian Hans Gram (1685-1748), who founded the Danish Royal Academy of Sciences, it inspired an active intellectual life.

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  • Though it had been entered and plundered in the middle ages, a few relies were found when it was reopened, among which were a silver cup,ornamented with the interlacing work characteristic of the time and some personal ornaments.

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  • His successor, Valens, who endowed Antioch with a new forum having a statue of Valentinian on a central column, reopened the great church, which stood till the sack of Chosroes in 538.

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  • On his father's death in 1805 he was brought to Waterford, and in 1810 he was sent to Ushaw College, near Durham, where he was educated until the age of sixteen, when he proceeded to the English College in Rome, reopened in 1818 after having been closed by the Revolution for twenty years.

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  • Born in Calainha, in the province of Luzon, of pure Tagalog parentage, he attended the newly reopened Jesuit university in Manila.

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  • In 1904 the chapel of St Nicholas in the castle was reopened and reconsecrated, having been rebuilt as a national memorial of Charles I.

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  • This university had originally been founded at Barcelona in the 15th century, and was reopened there in 1842.

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  • It is, of course, dangerous to form an extreme judgment on an isolated and partially understood case, of which also we have no explanation from Bacon himself, but if the interpretation advanced by Heath be the true one, Bacon certainly suffered his first, and, so far as we can see, just judgment on the case to be set aside, and the whole matter to be reopened in obedience to a request from Buckingham.

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  • But Russia demanded Erivan and Nakhichevan as well as the cost of the war; and in 1827 the campaign was reopened.

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  • Delhi was made over to the civil authorities in January 1858, but it was not till 1861 that the civil courts were regularly reopened.

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  • President Kruger at once reopened the drifts, and undertook that he would issue no further proclamation on the subject except after consultation with the imperial government.

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  • However, nothing was done in fulfilment of this duty in the first two years from 1874, and early in the third the famous Andrassy atrocities, and the accumulative excitement thereby created in England, reopened the Eastern question with a vengeance.

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  • The Jacobin Club was reopened and became once more the focus of disorder.

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  • The university of Strassburg, founded in 1567 and suppressed during the French Revolution as a stronghold of German sentiment, was reopened in 1872; it now occupies a site in the new town and is housed in a handsome building erected for it in 1877-1894.

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  • Macdonnell at once admitted through the newspapers that he had in his possession letters (rumoured to be " embarrassing " to the Unionist leaders) which he might publish at his own discretion; and the discussion as to how far his appointment by Mr Wyndham had prejudiced the Unionist cause was reopened in public with much bitterness, in view of the anticipation of further steps in the Home Rule direction by the Liberal ministry.

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  • The famous quarrel between the priesthood and the Empire, which had culminated at Canossa under Gregory VII., in the apotheosis of Philip the the Lateran council under Innocent III., and again Fair and in the fall of the house of Hohenstaufen under Innocent the IV., was reopened with the king of France by Boniface Papacy.

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  • After three years the Guises reopened hostilities against Coligny, whom they accused of having plotted the murder of their chief; while the Catholics, egged on by the Spaniards, rose against the Protestants, who had been made uneasy by an interview between Catherine and her daughter Elizabeth, wife of Philip II.

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  • The bill for organizing the territories of Kansas and Nebraska, which Douglas reported in January 1854 and which in amended form was signed by the president on the 30th of May, reopened the whole slavery dispute - wantonly, his enemies charged, for the purpose of securing Southern support, - and caused great popular excitement, as it repealed the Missouri Compromise, and declared the people of " any state or territory " free to form and regulate their domestic institutions in their own way, subject only to the Constitution of the United States."

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  • Violent scenes greeted the attempt of the government to procure the suspension of the parliamentary immunities of 140 deputies, accused or suspected of more or less treasonable practices, and when, on the 4th of October, the Cortes reopened after the summer recess, Seor Romero Robledo, the president of the lower house, opened an attack on the ministry for their attempted breach of its privileges.

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  • It sent General Weyler to keep Barcelona in order, caused the release of most of the prisoners in Monjuich, reduced the forces in Morocco, reopened negotiations with Rome for a modification of the concordat, and on the 31st of December, the end of the financial year, was responsible for the issue of a royal decree stating that the budget would remain in force until the Cortes could pass a new one.

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  • The withdrawal of the trade between Europe and the East, caused by the discovery of the passage round the Cape of Good Hope, and the misgovernment of the native rulers, had gradually reduced Aden to a state of comparative insignificance; but about the time of its capture by the British the Red Sea route to India was reopened, and commerce soon began to flow in its former channel.

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  • An attempt was made to procure for it a college charter in 1859, but the slavery interests caused it to be closed before the end of that year and it was not reopened until 1865, the charter having then been obtained, as Berea College.

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  • The old and new buildings are separated by an ancient alleyway which has reopened as a glazed street called Lancelot's Link.

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  • Bentley's Oyster Bar has been reopened by Michelin-starred chef Richard Corrigan.

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  • But the adjudicator's determination is capable of being reopened in subsequent proceedings.

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  • If there's a strong groundswell of feeling here, then dialog will be reopened.

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  • Harvey reopened are made pursuant focused on building entertainment inc.

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  • Howard lederer annie would have reopened.

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  • In practice nearly all lines mothballed in the 1960s decayed and never reopened.

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  • Eventually, the shoot-to-kill inquest reopened on 5 May 1992.

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  • Not until the late 10th century were quarries reopened for the extraction of fresh, unused building material.

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  • The airport was officially reopened for business in August.

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  • Ronnie Scott's In October The newly reopened Ronnie Scott's Club in London's Soho has been given a complete makeover.

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  • We will be using the recently reopened, refurbished Channel View Leisure Center.

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  • After a long delay to gain planning permission and the appropriate licenses, the Ace finally reopened fully in 2001.

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  • The victories of Generals Wellesley and Lake, however, saved the Rajputs; but on Lord Wellesley's departure from India the floodgates of anarchy were reopened for ten years.

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  • M de Stael (whose mission had been in abeyance and himself in Holland for three years) was accredited to the French republic by the regent of Sweden; his wife reopened her salon and for a time was conspicuous in the motley and eccentric society of the Directory.

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  • In fact, since the Biblical evidence is admittedly incomplete, and to a certain extent insecure, the question of the identification of Azariah of Judah and Azriyau of Ja'udi may be reopened.

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  • The cause at stake over-rode every prejudice and the people of the United States, since the war, have been in general content to leave the question alone, as was evidenced by the outcry raised in 1908, when President Taft reopened it in a speech at Grant's tomb.

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  • John then reopened negotiations with Napoleon, and Lucien Bonaparte was sent to dictate terms in Madrid.

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  • This reopened the question of the succession to the throne; and although Venizelos, as a desperate makeshift, proposed Prince Paul, Constantine's youngest son, as King, the utter insignificance of this boy candidate only threw Constantine's own claim to restoration into stronger relief and gave a fresh impetus to the efforts of his party.

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  • His health was better in the winter, but last spring his wound reopened and the doctor said he ought to go away for a cure.

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  • A worse outcome at that moment might have reopened the wounds of recent weeks.

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  • Much of the building was destroyed by fire in 1972 but was rebuilt by Tameside Council and reopened as a museum in 1988.

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  • Ronnie Scott 's In October The newly reopened Ronnie Scott 's Club in London 's Soho has been given a complete makeover.

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  • The Bear & Billet reopened after an extensive refurbishment on 6 April 2005.

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  • Cwmbelan School Log Books School reopened after an extra weeks closure owing to outbreak of war.

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  • Unlike a whiteboard, pieces of work done with the class can be saved and reopened when needed.

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  • If a park closes for economic reasons, the rides may be auctioned off to be relocated and reopened as new attractions elsewhere.

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  • After that incident, the ride was closed for a year and when it reopened in July 2007, it did so without the vertical loop.

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  • Tough bugs may be reopened dozens of times - not necessarily because they weren't fixed right, but often because other work in other parts of the game keep breaking another sensitive part of the game.

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  • The receiving center reopened for immigrant processing in 1920, but the end was near.

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  • The facility officially closed in 1954 and remained out of service until 1976, when Ellis Island was reopened to the public.

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  • By 1990, the Main Building was reopened to the public as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, a three-story exhibit of over 40,000 square feet.

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  • In the early 1900's, the Palace Hotel San Francisco burned to the ground, only to be reopened a few years later.

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  • The museum was completely redesigned and reopened in 2005, featuring a distinctive tower that rises above the canopy of eucalyptus trees and can be seen from many areas of the city.

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  • After the war, Louis and Joop Asscher began to rebuild the Asscher Diamond Company and reopened its doors in 1946.

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  • Just one year later, the facility reopened and served as the Woodhaven Geriatrics Center.

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  • Some cuts may need to be reopened frequently during the healing process to form the scar, while others can be left alone.

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  • Those that are reopened are more likely to scar, but may also be more likely to invite infection.

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  • A beautifully restored Union Station was reopened in 1988.

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  • The message, written in red, declares that the Heir of Slytherian has returned and that the legendary Chamber of Secrets has been reopened.

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  • Rhyn had become like a brother to him, and the idea of killing his mate reopened wounds that hadn.t bled since he stood in this place thousands of years before.

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  • South Lowestoft arose on the completion of harbour improvements, begun in 1844, when the outlet of the Waveney, reopened in 1827, was deepened.

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  • The universities of Pavia and Bologna were reopened and made great progress in this time of peace and growing prosperity.

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  • They were worked from 1524 until about 1730, when they were abandoned for almost a century, after which they were reopened and greatly developed.

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