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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of restate.

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Examples

  • I feel horridly confused when I hear this debate yet agin restated, wondering why it is that the differences between us as human beings are always, always more important to us than the things that we share -- or could share -- did we consider them to more important to our relationships than our differences.

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  • The company's financial results have yet to be restated, which is likely to be a large concern for bidders.

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  • The company's financial results have yet to be restated, which is likely to be a large concern for bidders.

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  • Following up on the last question and the comments from your Analysts Day about new vertical market focus and the components business, you kind of restated that on the call.

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  • The press release said that the White House would continue to work with Egypt and its people to these ends, and restated a commitment to universal human rights.

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  • Shelby restated the standard Republican playbook of spending cuts and tax cuts except for one instant when he inadvertently conceded America emerged from the Great Depression only when government spent big time mobilizing the nation for World War II.

    Robert Reich: The Swamp of Washington and the Morass of the Economy

  • The FASB then decided in FSP FASB-106 – 2 that the gain had to be treated as an actuarial gain, rather than an immediate gain, so the books were restated to amortize the benefits over time.

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  • Shelby restated the standard Republican playbook of spending cuts and tax cuts except for one instant when he inadvertently conceded America emerged from the Great Depression only when government spent big time mobilizing the nation for World War II.

    Robert Reich: The Swamp of Washington and the Morass of the Economy

  • The problem of the source of our knowledge has recently been restated as follows.

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  • When Garuda in November restated its nine-month results to a profit from a loss, the company offered little explanation beyond an auditing "anomaly."

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