from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A second or subsequent examination.
- n. Subsequent questioning of a witness after cross-examination.
- n. In United States patent law, a procedure under which an issued patent is returned to the examiner to determine if it remains valid in light of newly discovered prior art.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. that questioning of a witness at trial made by the party calling the witness, after, and upon matters arising out of, the cross-examination; also called informally re-direct.
- n. A repeated examination. See under examination.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A renewed or repeated examination; specifically, in law, the examination of a witness after a cross-examination.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment
- n. (law) questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness after that witness has been subject to cross-examination
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The banking industry scored a victory when lawmakers included a provision in the bill which would make it easier for banks to get re-examination of patents on financial business processes such as check-scanning, in an effort to avoid paying patent-infringement fees.
But it also calls for a re-examination of federal agricultural programs that spend billions each year, to ensure that taxpayers aren't funding support for a sector that is more than capable of thriving on its own.
Bloomberg News Joseph Dear, chief investment officer for Calpers In the wake of a "searching re-examination" of its $15 billion real-estate program conducted since the financial crisis, Calpers has decided to increasingly rely on property as a source of steady income, rather than seeking to take advantage of increases in value, Chief Investment Officer Joe Dear said in an interview.
OPSC will have to conduct re-examination of all 4,560 students as per the court directive.
As an architectural historian without ideological baggage, I am open to re-examination of almost anything.
In our discussions at the workshop, we came up with many insights for mainstream software engineering, which means this is a two-way street: plenty of opportunity for re-examination of mainstream software engineering, as well as learning how to study SE for climate science.
Rigby also wrote that he has ordered a "top-to-bottom" re-examination of its process for restoring power after outages.
I'd say there is ample doubt to fuel a re-examination of your plans.
From the Orlando Sentinel (Sept. 4, 2008) --- Griffin said that whereas in April NASA estimated that the risk of losing a crew during 10 flights was one in twelve, a re-examination of the numbers indicated that the risks were actually higher: one in eight.
CNN said it is standing by television host Piers Morgan amid growing media scrutiny over his past as a tabloid editor in Britain, where a widening scandal over reporting tactics has led to a re-examination of the tabloid-newspaper industry.