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  • verb Present participle of recompute.

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Examples

  • It was now considerably further away, and when he recomputed the mission he was alarmed to find that he would have only about an hour of working time when he caught up with the runaway hardware.

    Tin

  • Donohue and Wolfers also recomputed data from the Denver study of select states to account for overall crime trends, a factor not included in the Denver study, and reached inconclusive results.

    Cassy Stubbs: The Death Penalty Deterrence Myth: No Solid Evidence That Killing Stops The Killing

  • It was now considerably further away, and when he recomputed the mission he was alarmed to find that he would have only about an hour of working time when he caught up with the runaway hardware.

    The Lost Worlds of 2001

  • His outstanding delinquency, recomputed, was set down as slightly over £102,000.

    Washington

  • His outstanding delinquency, recomputed, was set down as slightly over £102,000.

    Washington

  • His outstanding delinquency, recomputed, was set down as slightly over £102,000.

    Washington

  • His outstanding delinquency, recomputed, was set down as slightly over £102,000.

    Washington

  • On the basis of a new analysis they have recomputed the probability of your early termination at point-nine-three.

    Starchild Omnibus

  • If the recomputed time said your opposite number would be ready to transmit at 3: 17: 06 and a short tick, ship's time, you were waiting for him from three o'clock on and no nonsense, with the recorder rolling and the mike in front of your lips.

    Time For The Stars

  • As each succeeding coordinate on the graph was called out, you recomputed in terms of the new probabilities, rubbing out old equations and substituting new ones.

    Starman's Quest

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