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  • v. Present participle of redevelop.


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  • That was a major step in redeveloping this area, says local businesswoman Jennifer Fleming.

    South Dakota city's downtown area builds on its rich past

  • Dye says city officials are also excited about the idea of redeveloping the site of the current transportation center at I-25 and 144th.

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  • Bickers agreed, saying constant turnover makes it difficult to maintain focus, but he said the recent round of rumors and fears have also stemmed from the idea of redeveloping most of the aging public housing units.

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  • Ms. Fried says the horticultural-therapy sessions can help patients with a wide variety of rehab exercises, such as redeveloping fine motor skills or even cognitive work following neurological surgery.

    When Treatment Involves Dirty Fingernails

  • On January 18, there was some discussion at city council of "redeveloping" Westhaven (as opposed to renovating), with the cost estimates from $5 to $10 million.

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  • The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is "on the verge" of suing the National September 11 Memorial & Museum foundation over hundreds of millions of dollars in disputed costs related to redeveloping the World Trade Center site, New York Gov.

    Sept. 11 Museum Rhetoric Heats Up

  • Iraq has raised crude-oil output by some 300,000 barrels a day, to about 2.7 million barrels a day, since a handful of foreign oil firms began redeveloping some of the country's biggest fields, according to a senior Iraqi oil official.

    Iraqi Oil Output Increases

  • Places like Pittsburgh have shown that a city can stay vibrant as it shrinks, by redeveloping its core to attract young professionals and creative types, and by cultivating high-growth services and industries.

    How the Crash Will Reshape America

  • A commitment to build, and to inject £100m in cash into the project, was a condition of the sale process conducted by Broughton and the chief executive Christian Purslow, and it was the track record of NESV in redeveloping the Fenway Park home of the Boston Red Sox that swayed a majority on the Liverpool board.

    Liverpool's new owners face a familiar stadium dilemma at Anfield

  • "I would discourage them [NESV] from redeveloping Anfield and would encourage them to stick to the commitment that is already in place because I think that is the best solution for everyone? for the club and the city," councillor Joe Anderson said.

    Council ready to block new Liverpool owners' plan for Anfield redevelopment


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