The act of reimposing; the act of imposing something again. (noun)
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Use "reimposition" in a sentence
"I have one friend who is seriously suggesting that the rise in crude prices needs to met by reimposition of the 55 mph national speed limit."
""Such dismissive conduct, viewed in tandem with the reimposition of a second blanket and substantively identical moratorium and in light of the national importance of this case, provide this court with clear and convincing evidence of the government's contempt of this court's preliminary injunction order," he wrote."
"The film was without redeeming merit – there's no other way to put it – and it was about a "ruthless enemy" and the reimposition of the American social order through violence and rugged individualism."