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  • verb Past participle of redraw

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Examples

  • A Gothic Uncial alphabet redrawn from a German brass is illustrated in 162.

    Letters and Lettering A Treatise With 200 Examples

  • Hierarchy I is simply Figure 3b redrawn as Figure 4, with time as the horizontal axis.

    A New Book

  • The move by union officials marks the latest maneuver as unions and contractors prepare to renegotiate 30 collective bargaining agreements to be redrawn by June 30.

    Unions Drop Savings Pact

  • New Jersey is losing a House seat, and redrawn district lines have left Democratic Rep. Steve Rothman living in Republican Rep. Scott Garrett's district.

    Hatch Job, Jersey War, How GOP Plans to Win

  • We followed for a few steps, but it gets dark so early now, it's easy to get lost on a map redrawn in our sleep.

    Progress

  • Hierarchy I is simply Figure 3b redrawn as Figure 4, with time as the horizontal axis.

    A New Book

  • One famous case involved Tuskegee, Ala., a square-shaped municipality that was redrawn in 1957 as a 28-sided figure.

    Jonathan Weiler: Invisible Boundaries, Visible Harm

  • Hierarchy I is simply Figure 3b redrawn as Figure 4, with time as the horizontal axis.

    A New Book

  • Hierarchy I is simply Figure 3b redrawn as Figure 4, with time as the horizontal axis.

    A New Book

  • Districts—which are redrawn every 10 years after the U.S. Census—often split neighborhoods and communities in an effort to help incumbents win, the backers of reform say.

    Deal Sought on Districts

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  • A postage stamp design that has been slightly altered but that maintains the basic design as originally issued.

    August 27, 2008