- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reutilize.
“In addition, officials will continue to be exposed to increased safety risks and serviceable materiel will not be effectively reutilized, but instead may be potentially destroyed or sold without direct monetary benefit to the Government.”
“Even the most non-Wall Street person realizes that if a company has overdone themselves with an office building; it is a building (a capital asset) that may be sold and reutilized by someone else -- a business aircraft is no different.”
“At this young age she sees to it that there is no wastage of water/electricity in her house and that garbage is reutilized as far as possible.”
“Writer Christopher Priest's 1998 series The Black Panther reutilized Erik Killmonger, Venomm, and other characters introduced in this arc.”
“Wow, a blast from the past that should be reutilized.”
“Do not give iron unless there is a proven associated deficiency (iron from haemolyzed RBCs remains in the body and is reutilized).”
“When the oxypurines are not reutilized, they are excreted by the kidney by glomerular filtration, since they are not reabsorbed by the kidney tubule to any significant degree (85,86).”
“One is that both hypoxathine and xanthine can be reutilized for nucleic acid synthesis via the enzyme hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase (HGPRT) (82, 83).”
“Culinary arts being reutilized for the administration building has become a wiser and wiser decision," said Lynn Moomaw, director of operations.”
“Many of these new colleagues will be working in Switzerland, in the two buildings that have been reutilized to establish new process development laboratories.”
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