redetermined

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of redetermine.

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Examples

  • "redetermined" on June 30 this year, Housing Minister Sankie

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Gill's work with Mars was such a success that it redetermined the distance to the sun to such precision that his value was used for almanacs until 1968.

    Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – January 8-10, 2010 | Universe Today

  • And I believe I can speak for all of us who are not parties and will have no direct say, that we hope and pray that they were moved and emboldened and redetermined by Senator Mitchell's words.

    Irish Reception And Presentation Of Medal Of Freedom

  • Dr Patel and myself have therefore agreed that in the interest of good governance her contract of employment be redetermined to expire 7 January 1998.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "The minister chooses to say ` his term of office was redetermined ', but this colourful bit of ANC news-speak cannot hide the truth."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Following the release of the results of the Liquid Fuels Task Force's (LFTF) research project into the transportation system for petroleum products, Petronet's transport tariffs must redetermined on a fair basis.

    DRAFT MINERAL & ENERGY POLICY

  • By 1912 he had redetermined, with the highest accuracy, the atomic weights of over thirty important elements and in later years he was to play his part, by his work on the determination of the atomic weight of isotopes, in the modern concept of the atom.

    Theodore W. Richards - Biography

  • The result of this labour has been that no less than thirty atomic weights have been redetermined with a degree of accuracy undoubtedly never before attained, and by the employment moreover of methods that, by comparison with those in earlier use, mark a very appreciable advance.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1914 - Presentation

  • The truth is that a society and its members act and react in such wise that while, on the one hand, the nature of the society is determined by the natures of its members; on the other hand, the activities of its members (and presently their natures) are redetermined by the needs of the society, as these alter: change in either entails change in the other.

    The Contemporary Review, January 1883 Vol 43, No. 1

  • The first was redetermined in 1854-55 by Father Secchi, as the mark indicating one end of the line measured by Boscovich and La Maire had been lost.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

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