I understand what "cease to exist" means, but "something" no longer cease to exist doesn't make sense to me. English is not my first language(obviosly).
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The only way this makes sense to me is for describing something that for a while indeed had ceased to exist, but someone starting providing again.
The best example I can think of is the Twinkie, which for a while was unavailable due to the company owning the trademark going out of business. The trademark was sold, and the new owners started making Twinkies again. So for a while the Twinkie had "ceased to exist", but no longer.
No longer (Stop)
Stop Stop Being (who you are)