Definitions

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  • verb To designate again.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And it appears that they haven't been giving back excessive, illegal contributions, preferring to "redesignate" the funds.

    The Canadian Sentinel

  • If a donor has topped the limit in the primary, the campaign can 'redesignate' the contribution to the general election on its books.

    The Supermajority

  • If a donor has topped the limit in the primary, the campaign can "redesignate" the contribution to the general election on its books.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • "redesignate" contributions in excess of the finance limits.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • The Pentagon and Bush immediately dismissed the emphasis on this issue, and revealingly also said "no matter, we can just [get our kangaroo tribunals that do whatever we want, to]" redesignate "the detainees as" unlawful. "

    Firedoglake

  • I think they actually want to redesignate sin as not being sinful.

    Marching with the SlutWalkers

  • I plan to sit down with an estate lawyer, set up wills, living wills, a trust for our child/children should we both pass, redesignate some of our life insurance beneficiaries.

    Color of Money Live

  • I think they actually want to redesignate sin as not being sinful.

    Marching with the SlutWalkers

  • This, he announced that Seoul would redesignate the North as its "main enemy"?

    North Korea cuts all ties with the South

  • And I was about to try and campaign to redesignate the whole podium rules to be first comment after Frilly...

    Bearing Witness: Hitting From Behind

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