from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A second or renewed conversion; also, a conversion back to a previous belief.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A second conversion.
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- noun action of
- noun action or
renovatingor converting a property
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It is my firm belief that the only satisfactory test of economics is the ability to predict, and in crucial predictive situations such as reconversion after World War II, the settlement of the Korean War, the settlement of the
It was they who, following the Second World War - or better, during the war itself, prepared the vital steps of the "reconversion".
After the end of hostilities these same principles were extended with diminishing force to cover the 'reconversion' period in the economies of the two countries.
When the war terminated there was no designed "reconversion" of this complicated system.
The lady clad in white showed the children visions contained in the so-called secrets, including the end of World War I, the outbreak of World War II, and the "reconversion" of Communist Russia to Christianity.
The new pact addresses the return capability ( "reconversion") of missile launch facilities and heavy bombers, which would lay the legal groundwork for the subsequent elimination of some types of delivery vehicles.
In Kalyan, in Maharashtra, Hindus are celebrating the "reconversion" of
In Kalyan, in Maharashtra, Hindus are celebrating the "reconversion" of 1,130 families.
The 'reconversion' has to be delayed until at least January 1 or if later, 30 days after the IRA was switched back to the traditional.
JHARKHAND: 1 Church attacked and attempted 'reconversion' of Christians;