Thesaurus / restate

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As for Beal and Wall’s relationship, Sheppard restated their mutual respect and promised a new chapter when the season begins late next month.
In April 2008, Alta restated its 2006 revenues, lowering them by about $4 million.
The time seemed proper to restate the salient factors in the history of this formative period.
UNION AND DEMOCRACYALLEN JOHNSON
I make haste, therefore, to restate the main thesis of this book.
It may sometimes be necessary to restate the Decision for another reason.
SOUND MILITARY DECISIONU.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
Let us restate the matter of the earth and moon in the light which the argument with respect to Jupiter has given us.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
But I will now restate my position with all the necessary reservations, and we'll see if it will hold water.
PLUM PUDDINGCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
The truth would state itself to him, and as he tried to restate it, lo, it was gone.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE
To ascribe it to natural selection, as the present writer has done, is to do little more than to restate the problem.
So much religious misrepresentation has been circulated about Paine's life and death, that it becomes a duty to restate the facts.
ANCIENT AND MODERN CELEBRATED FREETHINKERSCHARLES BRADLAUGH, A. COLLINS, AND J. WATTS

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