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  • verb Present participle of reopen.

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Examples

  • In fact, reverting to SSME points the way to a cheaper, less capable vehicle that can nonetheless do the job, that is 2x 4seg RSRMs (the exitsing Shuttle solids, unmodified), and an 8.4 meter core (existing Shuttle ET with some modification), and 4x existing SSMEs (yes, there is cost involved in reopening production).

    Today's Video - Profiling the Ares Launch Vehicle - NASA Watch

  • No, Harper has not indicated an interest in reopening the abortion debate, although his predecessor, Stockwell Day, had suggested a national referendum on the issue a few years ago.

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  • Brown did claim the SPFA Player of the Year prize in 2009 which seemed to silence his doubters, but his form was more uneven last term reopening the argument about how much he does for Celtic.

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  • Noting Syria's importance in the Middle East, she called the reopening of talks "a worthwhile effort."

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  • The auction, known as a reopening, is an additio nal offering of $12 billion 10-year TIPS auction in July.

    Treasurys Sink on Reassuring Data

  • Both the 10-year note and 30-year bond auctions are additional offerings from the new debt sold in May, known as reopening issue.

    Treasurys Prices Sag After 10-Year Sale

  • Both the 10-year and 30-year sales are additional offerings in May, known as reopening sales.

    Treasury Prices Lower Ahead of Jobs Report

  • Both are additional supply from the offerings in February, known as reopening sales.

    Treasurys Retreat Despite Strong Auction

  • Both the 10-year and 30-year sales are additional offerings in May, known as reopening sales.

    Treasury Soar on Payrolls Data

  • Both are additional supply from the offerings in February, known as reopening sales.

    Treasurys Eke Out Gains Ahead of Debt Supply

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