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re-examinations

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  • noun Plural form of re-examination.

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Examples

  • Similarly, recurrent re-examinations of the problem have not demonstrated that the obtainability of patents of invention actually enhances the flow of new technical knowledge rather than leading to wasteful concentration of research on problems whose solution in the near future can be foreseen and where, in consequence of the law, anyone who hits upon a solution a moment before the next gains the right to its exclusive use for a prolonged period.

    Glaeser on Coercion and Contracts, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Now, the historical record is slowly being fleshed out, thanks to new discoveries and re-examinations of old records.

    Ancient Navigation

  • There will always be critics, but ballistics tests and re-examinations of Abraham Zapruder's home movie cited in Gerald Posner's new book, "Case Closed," make a persuasive argument that only three bullets were fired, all from the book depository, and that the sniper had ample time to shoot.

    The Mind Of The Assassin

  • Now, the historical record is slowly being fleshed out, thanks to new discoveries and re-examinations of old records.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The "endless appeals" people complain about are not re-examinations of all the evidence, they're examinations of the trial procedure.

    "I did shift from being against the death penalty to thinking that if it has a significant deterrent effect it’s probably justified."

  • Some 3,927 patents have been narrowed since the agency began conducting re-examinations in 1981.

    The 271 Patent Blog

  • A total of 3,927 patents have been narrowed since the agency began conducting re-examinations in 1981.

    The 271 Patent Blog

  • And it's a low process of reassessments and re-examinations and blood tests.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Doctors Report Improvement in Bob Hope's Condition - June 2, 2000

  • There were a couple of long-chain molecules that he could only believe after two re-examinations and a careful check of the machine, but with the help of the notes he could deduce how they had been put together.

    Hunter Patrol

  • To these re-examinations the Faculty will admit, on the recommendation of his professor, any student of the previous session who in any course fell below the pass-mark of seventy-five per cent., but made at least sixty-five per cent. at the regular examination.

    The University of Virginia Record

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