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re·en·act·ment

(rē'en-akt'mĕnt),
In psychodrama, the acting out of a past experience.
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Reenact restrictions on physician-owned hospitals or other entities that compete with big hospital chains.
AN HISTORIC flight was reenacted to celebrate the centenary anniversary of the first powered flight from Liverpool to Manchester.
The 21-month-olds reenacted what they had seen almost as well as their older peers did.
Robredo acknowledged that the President had the power to veto the proposed budget and reenact the old budget, but she said doing so would put the proposal on the brink of corruption.
"To satisfy God's justice for the sins of men" was how the old Baltimore Catechism defined the purpose of Jesus' self-sacrifice on the cross, reenacted in the Mass.
Duterte, who had warned that everyone would suffer if the budget is reenacted, would serve as moderator between the two chambers, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said Tuesday.
Magkaroon tayo ng slide sa GDP (Gross Domestic Product) niyan (Our GDP will slide) if we are going to reenact the budget.
1 to 2.3 percentage points if Congress pushes to reenact the 2018 budget for next year.
The reenacted budget continued to take a toll on the national government's spending plan that resulted in significant jump in fiscal surplus in April this year, data from the Bureau of the Treasury showed.
Abuel on May 2 contained the procedural guidelines on how funds released and utilized under the reenacted 2018 budget during the first four and a half months will be treated now that the fiscal year 2019 General Appropriations Act (GAA) under Republic Act (RA) No.
THE Department of Budget and Management (DBM) said its releases as of end-April reached P1.323 trillion, a far cry from its record of P3.625 trillion in the same period last year, as the government operated under a reenacted budget.
Reenacted budget saps economic growth in Q1 !-- -- (Philstar.com) - May 9, 2019 - 10:16am MANILA, Philippines The Philippine economy lost steam in the first quarter of 2019 and grew below 6% during the period after the government operated on a reenacted budget thatcrimped state spending, the Philippine Statistics Authority reported Thursday.