The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again: resumption of negotiations. (noun)
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Use "resumption" in a sentence
"And the third problem, the resumption, is alright by me because it makes the question easier to comprehend."
"First, the challenge isn't to permanent detention, but rather indefinite detention, so the real threat of its resumption is enough to make it real."
"Hurricane Mitch has disrupted traffic flow through the region, but over the longer term resumption or even an increase in trafficking activity remains possible."