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  • Fortress Re stopped writing new business at this time, and has not recommenced.
  • Production ceased with the outbreak of war and did not recommence with peace.
  • Darren suffered very severe injuries and he did not recommence riding for ten months.
  • Everything west of Detroit may be left out altogether, because operations did not recommence in that quarter until the campaign of the following year. Cited from The War With the United States, by William Wood
  • On the other hand, if we empty the little cup of its contents when she has filled it she will not recommence her labours. Cited from Fabre, Poet of Science, by G. V. (C. V.) Legros
  • Production did not recommence after the end of the war, and the equipment was sold to DMW.
  • This information appears to have paralysed his efforts, for preparations were not recommenced before June. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • Operations, however, did not recommence till the 21st of July. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • Soon the game ended abruptly in a clamorous dispute upon a point of law, and it was not recommenced. Cited from Tales of the Five Towns, by Arnold Bennett
  • The night, as has already been observed, was fine and calm; and the commotions did not recommence till after the 27th. Cited from Equinoctial Regions of America V1, A. von Humboldt
  • Formal mining did not recommence after capture by the government in the mid 1990s and the area became a stronghold for informal diamond mining.
  • He would willingly have kept to the peace of Bretigny, he hopes the Crusades may not recommence. Cited from A Literary History of the English People, by Jean Jules Jusserand
  • Service to Dortmund was not recommenced when German commercial air service was restarted in 1955.
  • The Western League did not recommence until the 1919-20 season, when a number of new clubs joined the league and a second division was formed.
  • As of January 2011 works have still not recommenced.
  • Work did not recommence until 1957, but by 1958 the legislature was installed and operating in its new premises.
  • Miss Kirby stifled a sigh; and hoped that Patricia's activities would not recommence too early the next morning. Cited from Patricia, by Emilia Elliott [AKA: Caroline Emilia Jacobs]
  • The contract having been signed in March, 1914, work on the ship was suspended in the following February, and was not recommenced until July of the same year. Cited from British Airships, Past/Present/Future, Geo. Whale
  • Agamemnons general condition in 1802 was so poor that, had hostilities with France not recommenced, she would likely have been hulked or broken up.
  • During this time William Molyneux died and the society did not recommence activity until 1701 when his son Samuel Molyneux was elected Secretary.
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