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  • v. Present participle of rescale.
  • n. A repeat scaling


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  • A final chapter from Osofsky on the potential litigation holds for "rescaling" climate change politics asks whether subnational, national, and supranational "actually have meaning"

    Concurring Opinions

  • A status quo that must change is no proof at all that the questions now being litigated improve our chances of correctly "rescaling" our approach to catastrophic global climate change.

    Concurring Opinions

  • It is indeed remarkable that after as many as 900 transplants the tumor still grows with the same law (a part from the time "rescaling").

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  • Can you talk about what you view as your levels of sustainable CapEx given that you're kind of rescaling your manufacturing network and potentially getting rid of one of your two fabs? Home Page

  • and argue that "if it the MBH98 reconstruction is robust certain refinements such as rescaling should not affect the essence of the final result."

    Bürger and Cubasch « Climate Audit

  • For instance, assertions made by MBH98 and later about certain steps such as rescaling being “‹Å“”‹Å“insensitive” to the method were hard to quantify and thus of little help.

    Bürger and Cubasch « Climate Audit

  • This rescaling led the dollar to recover somewhat in choppy trading this week.

    Dollar Slips on Soft Economic Data

  • He prints the ships out (no rescaling) on 8.5 by 11 color paper, then takes it to kinkos to have it laminated on heavy (800 weight is what I heard) card stock.

    Galley Warfare: A Roman Seas game at Fall In 2009 « Third Point of Singularity

  • After processing and some additional rescaling, we can get an image with less noticeable dust artifacts.

    Wolfram Blog : Secrets of the Universe Hiding on My Home Computer

  • According to social commentator James Howard Kunstler, those of us who presently live in the comfortable Western countries are facing "the comprehensive downscaling, rescaling, downsizing, and relocalizing of all our activities, a radical reorganization of the way we live in the most fundamental particulars."

    Kingsley Dennis, Ph.D.: A New Century of Social Innovation


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