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  • verb Present participle of redivert.

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Examples

  • I financed mine by not upgrading my 2 yr old 3g iPhone and rediverting the funds.

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  • Where there is normally more than sufficient seasonal inflow to fill the live storage and spill occurs, there may be a case for utilizing part of the dead storage either by releasing the water through low-level outlets in the dam and rediverting at some point downstream, or by pumped-lift from the reservoir into the main canal.

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  • Qaeda's long-term objectives are tied up on rediverting cash flow from a relative few beneficiaries of oil like the House of Saud to instead benefit the Middle Eastern man on the street Muslim who will be subservient to the Muslim theocracies bin Laden and al-Zawahiri envision.

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  • The government has funnelled an overwhelmingly disproportionate amount of economic stimulus cash to Conservative-held ridings, while rediverting money from Quebec's economic development agency to the agency in the West to fund pork barrel projects.

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