Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reformulate.

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Examples

  • Ethanol is used as anoxygenate in reformulated gasoline.

    Ethanol

  • With few exceptions, benchmark gasoline contracts, known as reformulated-gasoline blendstock futures, post their strongest gains from February through May.

    Gasoline Drives Toward $3 as Economy Improves

  • With few exceptions, benchmark gasoline contracts, known as reformulated-gasoline blendstock futures, post their strongest gains from February through May.

    Gasoline Drives Toward $3 as Economy Improves

  • With few exceptions, benchmark gasoline contracts, known as reformulated-gasoline blendstock futures, post their strongest gains from February through May.

    Gasoline Drives Toward $3 as Economy Improves

  • With few exceptions, benchmark gasoline contracts, known as reformulated-gasoline blendstock futures, post their strongest gains from February through May.

    Gasoline Drives Toward $3 as Economy Improves

  • Orange Blossom appears to be the only Anthology scent on the site that's characterized as reformulated ( "transformed"), and directly attributed to him.

    Perfume Posse

  • The gasoline shortages in some wholesale markets have triggered the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue additional fuel waivers during the week following Hurricane's Sept. 13 landfall, with the waivers temporarily easing environmental specifications for fuels in parts of the country that experience a greater level of pollution than allowed under the ozone requirement found in the Clean Air Act. In these parts of the country, which account for roughly 35\% of all gasoline sales in the U.S., a special fuel referred to as reformulated gasoline must be sold.

    Planet Ark News

  • Asked whether the government would consider a "reformulated"

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For comparison, a couple of years ago the government banned over-the-counter sale of pseudophedrine, so all the drug companies started selling "reformulated" cold medicines with phenylephrine.

    MoJo Blogs and Articles

  • "Equally, if not more disturbing," said Relkin, "is the fact that the company has allegedly 'reformulated' these products, substituting untested and dangerous ingredients with other risky substances for ingestion by our soldiers, teens and others, hawking them aggressively on TV and creating another round of human guinea pigs."

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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