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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reformulate.

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  • But the idea of reformulating detergent so that all types of clothes can be washed in cold water is relatively new, at least in North America and Europe.

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  • First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obesity.

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  • "First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider" reformulating "menus to address childhood obesity."

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  • First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obesity.

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  • First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obesity.

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  • First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obesity.

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  • In a speech Monday morning, First Lady Michelle Obama urged restaurant owners from around the country to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obsesity. 


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  • "First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider" reformulating "menus to address childhood obesity."

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  • First lady Michelle Obama is urging restaurant owners to consider "reformulating" menus to address childhood obesity.

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  • To make matters worse, the SCA order explicitly states that while the City is 'reformulating' its policy, the provision of the increased free basic amount must only be available to those who are registered as indigents with the City.

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