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  • verb Present participle of redetermine.

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Examples

  • If at the end of the day Google is taking the top few thousand searches, subjectively picking a handful that are interesting and then redetermining the order based on velocity of growth rather than overall rankings, we end up with a list that is, in the end, completely meaningless.

    2006 December

  • If at the end of the day Google is taking the top few thousand searches, subjectively picking a handful that are interesting and then redetermining the order based on velocity of growth rather than overall rankings, we end up with a list that is, in the end, completely meaningless.

    Google Top Searches: Based on Everything and Nothing

  • The Census Bureau says that there is no "tipping point" for how many write-ins it would take in order to establish another box for Arabs on the next census form, a determination that they said would only be made based on a collaboration between Congress, the Census Bureau, and advisory or focus groups on redetermining the categories.

    news.newamericamedia.org

  • The 1987 court order prohibits the state from redetermining the eligibility of people who were originally enrolled in TennCare Medicaid when they became eligible for Social Security

    The Memphis Daily News

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