Definitions

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  • v. To examine again.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The time is now for our federal government to re-examine its current policy—which severely hampers domestic oil exploration and development—and to learn from our recent history.

    Time to Get Serious About American Oil

  • Since we are coming up to the end of the year we thought it would be prudent to re-examine the topic, especially in light of the exceptional performance of Gold in the past 12 months, and the rather extraordinary events that have unfolded in 2009.

    Gold IRA Accounts Revisited : Coin Collecting News

  • I think Mr. Berry needs to re-examine his priorities.

    Snowstorm failures: No single decision can be blamed

  • In light of these unfortunate events, I look forward to working with my colleagues to re-examine the U.S. military assistance package to Egypt.

    Breaking: Casey Comments on Situation in Egypt

  • If lower courts continue to produce contradictory rulings over the implications of Citizens United, the Supreme Court would be more likely to take up the matter and re-examine whether the donation limits on corporations are constitutional.

    Court Lets Corporations Give to Candidates

  • You should re-examine your auto policy annually to ensure you still need the coverage you have and see if you qualify for any discounts, says Madelyn Flannagan of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America.

    Re-Examine Auto Coverage

  • But the rise of dark pools and other alternative trading platforms has eroded exchange margins, forcing them to seek other revenue streams as technology providers and to re-examine industry consolidation.

    NYSE, Deutsche B

  • She was inspired to re-examine her lifestyle by an episode of NBC's The Biggest Loser in which a contestant talked about the emotional problems that kept her from losing weight.

    Weight-Loss Challenge: She lost the excuses, lost 145 lbs

  • Failure to correct one of these types of errors is likely to lead the government to re-examine the whole return—and possibly conduct an audit.

    If You Goofed on Your Taxes, Fix It. Now.

  • I am hoping the recent death of Walter Cronkite has forced you (and the rest of America and "real" investigative journalism) to re-examine what has happened to the media and the loss of good investigative, accurate, truthful, journalism in this country.

    North Korea: Clinton 'funny lady, by no means intelligent'

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