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  • n. The act of revalidating

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Examples

  • The General Medical Council GMC hopes to change this by introducing "revalidation" - fitness to stay on the medical register - by the end of 2012.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • It also said the base would begin a "revalidation" process for those who have been living on base more than five years to ensure they are complying with housing policies.

    Stars and Stripes

  • It did, however, recently pass an ordinance requiring "revalidation" of land use every two years.

    Readthehook.com - Current Articles

  • The "revalidation" ordinance approved by the Albemarle Board of Supervisors in October is designed to make sure that residents aren't abusing the land-use taxation program.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • They also warn that the system of revalidation, based on annual appraisals and fuller checks every five years, must identify "inadequate and potentially dangerous doctors" as well as being used to eliminate "unsatisfactory practice and improve overall performance".

    GMC urged to push through doctor assessments plans

  • GMC chief Niall Dickson said of the introduction of revalidation: "It remains our number one priority."

    GMC urged to push through doctor assessments plans

  • "While it is important to ensure that the rights and legitimate interests of doctors are safeguarded, the primary purpose of revalidation is to protect the interests of patients."

    GMC urged to push through doctor assessments plans

  • While the WHO has been swift to rebut, asking for a revalidation of this study, local government agencies have, by and large, accepted it.

    Killer Bug

  • We are about to embark on a revalidation of our graphic design course and these exact issues are being debated as we speak (read argued) is there any chance I could get hold of the wall photos they would be very useful.

    Graphic design is dead. Long live... what?

  • According to an order issued by the General Administration Department, the release of additional funds and revalidation for utilizing previous unspent balance in terms of J&K (Compassionate Appointment) Rules, 1994, has cleared all pending cases of cash compensation in lieu of government jobs for NoK of innocent civilians killed in militancy-related incidents across all districts of the State.

    JK Govt releases Rs. 31.45 cr for militancy victims

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