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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of redesignate.

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Examples

  • Isn't this what the LSW was "redesignated" as when the LMG was introduced a while back?

    Army Rumour Service

  • "The Obama campaign reported that it had" redesignated "the excess money, which could mean that it had contributed it to a separate party committee or a joint fundraising committee, which have higher limits."

    Patterico's Pontifications

  • The Obama campaign reported that it had "redesignated" the excess money, which could mean that it had contributed it to a separate party committee or a joint fundraising committee, which have higher limits.

    Newsmax - Inside Cover

  • The 15th Infantry Regiment, NYARNG was reorganized and redesignated March 1, 1918 as the 369th Infantry Regiment, but the unit continued labor service duties while it waited the decision as to what to do with the unit.

    A Memorial Day Celebration: The Harlem Hellfighters «

  • That conflict, subsequently redesignated the Long War, continues today with no end in sight, even as the Obama administration clings stubbornly to the conviction that asserting military dominance, exporting liberal values, and advancing the peace process promise a way out.

    Between War and Peace

  • "We have since redesignated with both committees."

    Palin's PAC forced to correct FEC filing

  • The landmarks commission redesignated the buildings as landmarks in 2006, but Stahl appealed in court.

    New Spat Over Upper East Side Rent

  • It was redesignated the 165th and became part of the 42nd Division with an up-and-coming regular Army major named Douglas MacArthur as its chief of staff.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • "Despite his assertions that he had flown through a red zone … it appears from flight logs that he was travelling at a height and time that the CAA had already redesignated as being safe."

    Volcanic ash cloud 'unlikely to disrupt bank holiday flights'

  • Anyone who has been in that state might well see, in Clegg's exhausted pallor, and Cameron's obvious lack of grip, the result of a generation that is having children older, and raising them when, as Nora Ephron has observed, this has been redesignated "parenting" and become a project requiring unending, child-centred sacrifice: "Parenting carried with it the implicit assumption that any time is quality time if the parent is in attendance."

    Surely Dave and Nick have got better things to do? | Catherine Bennett

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