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- v. To determine again
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To determine again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. fix, find, or establish again
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The court, he said, lacks jurisdiction to "redetermine" Gamboa's bail, which ICE denied after his arrest last month.
I have done laid all upon the Altar, made an entire, full and consecrate surrender of life, time and talents -- soul, body and mind -- of all I am or have -- substance, prospective, things temporal and things spiritual and do again this night redetermine and vow to follow the Lord with whithersoever his providence may guide or direct.
Mr. ElBaradei is going to redetermine (ph) tomorrow, and there is a prospect for Iran-U.S. talks over Iraq.
It was a matter of difficulty, and a hard task, amidst so much rubbish, to discover and redetermine the consecrated places; but by the zeal of Camillus, and the incessant labor of the priests, it was at last accomplished.
Buthelezi by the president, who retained the power to redeploy and redetermine contracts, the letter said.
He said the board would consider all representations made and if necessary redetermine the ward boundaries by May 31.
African National Defence Force, General Goerg Meiring, to redetermine his contract and allow him to retire early with effect from 31 May 1998.
Alternatively both parties could agree to redetermine the contract and decide on the package.
Health authorities would have to redetermine their priorities to provide for this spending, she said in written reply to a question from Mr Mike Ellis (DP).
'We need to examine ourselves as a nation and redetermine our educational aims and how to achieve them,' Mr Mphahlele added.