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  • verb Present participle of re-express.

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Examples

  • It is a constant re-expressing or redomaining of old tasks—accounting, or transportation, or medical diagnostics—within new worlds of the possible.

    The Nature of Technology

  • Conservatism is not a fixed and immutable body of dogma, and conservatives inherit from Burke a talent for re-expressing their convictions to fit the time.

    Think Progress » Saudi Prince Calls Murdoch And Changes Fox News

  • By ‘re-expressing’ you really mean ‘rehasing bad ideas over and over and over again’.

    Think Progress » Saudi Prince Calls Murdoch And Changes Fox News

  • From Burke, a talent for re-expressing their convictions to fit the time. man that is beautiful.

    Think Progress » Saudi Prince Calls Murdoch And Changes Fox News

  • Hell, call me pragmatic, but if there isn't a practical reason for a design, and it doesn't do anything except re-expressing something in a ridiculous context, is there really a justification at all?

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: I could do that ...

  • The first step consists in re-expressing a formula into a semantically equivalent formula in prenex normal form,

    Automated Reasoning

  • On looking back over the work, I can only feel a kind of regret for the enormous amount of physical reasoning and mathematically re-expression which ends by merely re-expressing what was previously known, although in a form which is much more efficient for the calculation of specific problems.

    Richard P. Feynman - Nobel Lecture

  • And when to that background there is added the ability, the energy, the personal drive that you put into this vital task, today, Sir, gives us one more opportunity of re-expressing our personal appreciation and our confidence in the vital task which you are carrying on.

    Munitions and More Munitions

  • "So we recognize that our heritage allows for re-expressing the internal principles of our religion in different cultural times and places."

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • Importantly, the lead author in this study, Stanford lab graduate student Emily Walker, found that she could rescue the ability of the mutant ES cells to differentiate by re-expressing PCL2 in these cells.

    Lab Canada : Headline News

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