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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rebase.

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Examples

  • Manipulation of data - much of the past (older) data has been 'rebased', to make it cooler, while more recent data has been warmed - to make the warming trend over the last century appear steeper.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Manipulation of data - much of the past (older) data has been 'rebased', to make it cooler, while more recent data has been warmed - to make the warming trend over the last century appear steeper.

    Army Rumour Service

  • But, of course, none of this is true, and instead it was in Pakistan—nominally an ally of the United States—that al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders rebased themselves following their expulsion from Afghanistan in the winter of 2001.

    The Longest War

  • But, of course, none of this is true, and instead it was in Pakistan—nominally an ally of the United States—that al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders rebased themselves following their expulsion from Afghanistan in the winter of 2001.

    The Longest War

  • But, of course, none of this is true, and instead it was in Pakistan—nominally an ally of the United States—that al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders rebased themselves following their expulsion from Afghanistan in the winter of 2001.

    The Longest War

  • But, of course, none of this is true, and instead it was in Pakistan—nominally an ally of the United States—that al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders rebased themselves following their expulsion from Afghanistan in the winter of 2001.

    The Longest War

  • Xstrata also increased its interim dividend to $0.13 a share from $0.05 a share, citing a progressive dividend policy that has been rebased at pre-financial crisis levels.

    Higher Prices Boost Xstrata

  • Driven by a 25% increase in free cash flow to £744m against our £670m estimate, the group has rebased its dividend upwards to 17.5p.

    Compass climbs on dividend hike, as FTSE edges higher ahead of GDP

  • Because al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is basically made up of a-- you know, it's a Saudi group that happens to because of the enormous pressure that they're under in Saudi Arabia has rebased itself largely in Yemen.

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2010

  • PETER BERGEN, CNN TERRORISM ANALYST: Well, I think it's very embedded with al Qaeda central, because al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is basically made up of -- you know, it's a Saudi group that happens to -- because of the enormous pressure that they're under in Saudi Arabia, has rebased itself largely in Yemen.

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2010

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