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Washington (CNN)Members of Congress recommitted to a pledge of civility Wednesday in the wake of the shooting at a practice for the GOP congressional baseball team in Alexandria last week.
Recommit to your meditation practice, and say a little prayer before reaching for the rejuvelac instead.
Big and dark and imposing, the computer is the first step toward making good on Apple's promises to recommit to its desktop users.
Mr. Trump's decision drew heavy criticism within the U.S. and internationally, including in China, which swiftly recommitted itself to the agreement forged with the administration of former U.S. President Barack Obama.
In 2013, H.I.V. activists persuaded 35 L.G.B.T. leaders to sign a statement and create a video imploring the greater gay community to recommit to the AIDS struggle.
And why for an American president to gratuitously undermine what little credibility deterrence already has, by ostentatiously refusing to recommit to Article 5, is so shocking.
A South Florida high-school football player reportedly committed to Miami, decommitted and recommitted last month — all in a 12-hour span.
Already, reports suggest China and the European Union are prepared to publicly recommit to the agreement with or without the United States.
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