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  • verb Present participle of recalibrate.

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Examples

  • MAY: But what I think it's doing is kind of recalibrating the balance of our family.

    CNN Transcript Jul 4, 2009

  • How is al Qaeda kind of recalibrating itself to deal with President Obama?

    CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2009

  • And it's just kind of recalibrating the balance of the family.

    CNN Transcript Jul 4, 2009

  • But after five months of reconstruction and "recalibrating," as Gray puts it, Equinox is up and running again.

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  • Yeah, that is what Acer said. they called it "recalibrating" the battery.

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  • He stated that he was comfortable with the Fed's "extended period" rate language and the FOMC needs to see unemployment decline before "recalibrating" policy.

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  • The Harper government, now "recalibrating" after proroguing Parliament, insists the budget can be balanced in five years.

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  • Should the Liberals project strength, vision, competence, Harper may have a very hard time "recalibrating" if you will.

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  • But Miss Nisbet admitted the regulator would consider "recalibrating" the courses altogether in coming years if pass rates continue to rise.

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  • : Jeffrey Mankoff argues that Obama's upcoming meeting with Medvedev offers an opportunity for "recalibrating" his Russia policy, in "The Huffington Post."

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