from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To number again or in a different order.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To number again, to assign new numbers to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To count or number again; affix a new number to, as a house.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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I didn't want to retype and renumber and everything, so I wrote page 39 to fit.
Apart from the religious/superstitious objection to the numbering, it does make sense to renumber the route.
A paramedic, borough council member and emergency services board member in a rural county, he led successful drive to renumber street addresses to improve emergency response, got an external defibrillator funded and installed at local church for community use and gave classes on using it and CPR; honor society president; nursing program curriculum committee member and student representative.
Certainly we have had other presidents with disabilities like the one with Alzheimer's, the one with a sex disorder and now the one who is so cognitively impaired he, "can't renumber," if he did coke, but said he thinks he, "would renumber," if he had done any drive bye shootings.
I deleted something that might be vaguely offensive, then forgot to renumber!
They didn't renumber the damned thing and they went back to X-Men later, so that's what I call it, consarnit!
I'd then renumber at each level so that if acquisition of a person's second language began at 16, then that would be 1t so that would be:
Create a ZIP code system in Iraq, renumber the Iraqi telephone system, restore marshlands, $10,000 per student for business refresher courses, just for one month.
Friday as part of a project to renumber and map the Thaba Nchu area.