- v reimpose impose anew "The fine was reimposed"
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
- v. t Reimpose To impose anew.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- reimpose To impose or levy anew: as, to reimpose a tax.
- reimpose To tax or charge anew; retax.
- reimpose To place or lay again: as, to reimpose burdens upon the poor.
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
- v.t Reimpose rē-im-pōz′ to retax
The tax was reimposed several times during the reign of William III.
"Notes and Queries, Number 48, Saturday, September 28, 1850" by Various
In reply he restored his enemy to the whole of his dominions, even reimposing him by force on the Florentine republic.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 8" by Various
The parish is afterwards reimposed, in order to reimburse those five or six.
"An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
The gabelles were reimposed, bread grew dear again.
"Naples Past and Present" by Arthur H. Norway
Egypt Court Strikes a Decree Reimposing Martial Law.
Egypt Court Strikes a Decree Reimposing Martial Law .
Liquor rules reimpose shipping chill, wineries say.
ECOWAS, a West Africa n regional group, reimposes sanctions and considers military intervention after Mali's coup leaders renege on promise to cede power to civilian rulers.
The importance of the president's reliance on the military, a cooperation of onetime rivals, is evident in reports that he is considering reimposing emergency law to counter deepening civil unrest.
) told C-SPAN that he is still serious about forcing a vote on his bill preventing the FCC from reimposing the so-called fairness doctrine.
This is done by keeping a list of typical conﬁgurations sampled in the quasi-stationary state and to reimpose one of them whenever the system would have entered the absorbing state, thereby artiﬁcially keeping it in its lowest excited state.
Equal-time correlation function for directed percolation
One is thus (implicitly) complexifying the theory and reality conditions on the ﬁelds have to be reimposed by hand at the end.
Euclidean SYM Theories by Time Reduction and Special Holonomy Manifolds