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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of revert.
- adj. That has gone back (to an earlier place, state etc.).
- adj. Bent back, reversed.
- adj. Directed backwards.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Turned back; reversed. Specifically: (Her.) Bent or curved twice, in opposite directions, or in the form of an S.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Reversed; turned back.
- In heraldry, same as revertant.
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At the death of General Sinclair in 1762, the title reverted to Charles
Etowah County, after realizing it could not afford to operate the ferry, decided to declare it surplus property in March 2009 and its title reverted to the FHWA.
But after ‘a fierce shout of mirth’, Heidegger checked himself, and ‘his expression reverted to its habitual ferocity’.
The two-time defending World Series champions once again reverted to their anemic offensive ways, as New York got only six hits in a 2-0 loss to the Seattle Mariners in the opener of the AL championship series on Tuesday night.
Farfrae attended, left off conscious mannerisms, left off putting him in their prayers at night amongst their blood relations; in short, reverted to their normal courses.
Willis shook his head, and Mrs. Hopkinson again reverted to her favourite topic.
As it happens, having wet my toes in that area, and having just gotten several old titles reverted to me by Penguin/Berkley/Ace, I believe I am going to give that a shot.
Under the original scheme, title reverted to the Spanish Crown upon the death of the ecomendero (estate owner), but in time heirs were allowed retain rights by inheritance.
Longitudinal analysis showed that the overall deregulation of gene expression reverted to "normal" already within the third month of gestation, while in the post-partum gene expressions rebounded to pre-pregnancy levels.
After the contract with Monster expired in 2008, though, the ballpark name reverted to Candlestick.