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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reanalyze.

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Examples

  • The story of the cover-up is revealing of the way military bureaucracies can twist the truth -- not so much by outright lying, but by "reanalyzing" the problem and winking at inconvenient facts.

    The Kosovo Cover-Up

  • The 2010 report has no comparable numbers, but a Justice Department official, when asked why, indicated that the department was "reanalyzing" its numbers and predicted that the total, when known, would prove to be higher.

    The Nation: Top Stories

  • By reanalyzing Mr. Gould's own analysis, they demonstrate that he cherry-picked data sets, misused statistics and ignored inconvenient samples.

    When We See What We Want

  • And while there is a very slight chance you might want to reanalyze the data some day, it's also a truism that reanalyzing data to answer questions the study was not designed to answer is rarely particularly productive.

    Sorry, Sharing My Data is Illegal

  • Part of this involved reanalyzing the past participle as the present via a passive construction and various Pahlavi shenanigans.

    Minoan inscription HT 104

  • "Things are being pushed out a year and we're reanalyzing decisions we've already made," Mr. Collier added.

    IBM Battles a Reluctance to Spend

  • Where You Live Matters The potential for shared leadership also varies by country, as we learned from reanalyzing data on workplace attitudes and values across 53 nations and regional groupings.

    Follow the Leaders

  • I suspect that any changes are second thoughts about the work, which either come from seeing the original work in print or by reanalyzing the work when not pressed by a deadline.

    “Remastering” old work – kosher or not? | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • After sifting through covert on-the-ground collection efforts, reanalyzing satellite imagery and voluminous archives of material collected through the 1990s by U.N. inspectors, and checking materials components and suppliers around the world, intelligence officials are still not sure what Saddam has been up to in the four years since he refused to readmit weapons inspectors.

    Selling The World On War

  • Most likely it is due to analogy with "doko", ie reanalyzing the initial /d/ as expressing interrogative.

    Old Japanese Pronouns

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