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- v. To formulate again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To formulate anew or differently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. formulate or develop again, of an improved theory or hypothesis
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On the contrary he suggested that the Law Ministry must "reformulate" the amendments and should come up with the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2009 (IT Act 2009).
Current law gives federal regulators the authority to "reformulate" national mileage rules to "harmonize" with stricter policies enacted in California, Judge Ishii ruled.
Write to Mike Spector at mike. firstname.lastname@example.org and Christopher Conkey at christopher. email@example.com Corrections & Amplifications Current law gives federal regulators the authority to "reformulate" national mileage rules to "harmonize" with stricter policies enacted in California.
Zagel said he would give Adam the night to "reformulate" his closing arguments, given his
Zagel sent the juors home to give Adam Jr. time to "reformulate" his close.
Cullerton spoke to reporters while Senate Republicans took a 15-minute break to "reformulate" questions for Rep. Chapin Rose.
By morning, the aides had a draft for Yeltsin, Kravchuk, and Shushkevich to comb through and rewrite, sentence by sentence, word by word, sending pages back to the specialists to reformulate.
It offers a significant opportunity to align farm and food policy with national public health priorities and to reformulate SNAP as a program that serves not only as an invaluable safety net to low-income households but also as a tool in the fight against the concurrent threats of food insecurity and obesity in this population.
Kilian, please don't ever reformulate or discontinue your signature scents.
The G-20 should demand that the World Bank and other multinational development agencies reformulate their strategies with a focus on supporting only countries that mostly practice Good innovation policies, and withdraw support from those whose predominant strategy is based on Ugly and Bad ones.
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