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- The meeting was about reigniting the political will to turn empty promises into results, he said.
- The tragedy has reignited calls for improved safety standards at all country crossings.
- The chief inspector of schools yesterday warned a two-tier curriculum was emerging in primary schools - reigniting the debate over pupil testing.
- The world's weather extremes have reignited the debate about global warming.
- A crisis that reignites social turmoil could easily be triggered by outside factors.
- However, the issue reignited when the meeting moved onto councillors' motions.
- You know, you watch children grow up and it sort of reignites memories of your own childhood.
- The most sophisticated fish auction in Europe has finally opened in Hull, revolutionising the lives of trawlermen, processors and merchants and reigniting the port as a major player in the international fish trade.
- Now the row is reigniting with the government about to introduce legislation formally barring pupils from wearing religious symbols in school.
- The attack reignited fears of a renewed intimidation campaign on the school.
- But with the onset of April month the whole town seems to be reignited in same old legendary charms, and natural wonders.
- The administration's decision has reignited debate over whether affirmative action is an effective tool against racism, or a racist policy in and of itself.
- The union's executive members will be faced with a difficult choice of accepting the deal as put forward by the employers or risk reigniting the dispute, which hit firefighters heavily in the pocket.
- If McConnell is serious about reigniting enthusiasm then he needs big ideas, and he needs them fast.
- Watching tournament play reignites some of that interest, though not to the point where I would ever enter a contest.
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