refigure

Related to refigure: they've, gruntle

refigure

(riːˈfɪɡə)
vb (tr)
(Mathematics) to figure again or recalculate
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The entries captured by ReFigure could link reproduced experiments, compile studies using a reagent of interest or highlight a novel connection between two studies.
Rather, he argues, insofar as they are able to break free at least partially from their prior determinants and to refigure those determinants anew, literary texts embody a formal speculative capacity that prevents their final adsorption or neutralization by those prior conditions, even as the result may well be stasis or immobility rather than, for example, contestation or critique.
In recent years we have seen a number of the "first generation" of malls add major extensions or refigure their original offering significantly -- these would include Wafi, Burjuman and Festival City," Craig Plumb, head of research at global real estate consultancy JLL, said by email.
Secretary Health Jawwad Refigure Malik while briefing the meeting said that all vacant posts of MOs/WMOs in BHUs and RHCs would be filled by March 31st through walkin interviews policy.
As liberation theologians refigure the historical character of the eschatological reign of God in light of the church's preferential option for the poor, the question of the concrete life of poverty comes into view.
It was a trip from mound to bench he had made dozens of times before, and even though Jenks blew the save, Wakefield didn't look back on that with any sort of ill feeling, or turn on some mental calculator to refigure his earned run average or winning percentage.
They use romantic terms to evoke the landscapes of their postcolonial communities, he says, in order to refigure and radically re-imagine these same landscapes in ways that reflect embryonic and interventionist nationalist sensibilities during historical times.
Unison added: "We believe that in an authority this size, the largest in Europe, we should be able to refigure services without the need for compulsory redundancies.
What happens when men appropriate, subvert, and refigure maternal roles?
where things happened, not to describe, as a novelist might, but to analogize, metaphorize, and to refigure the real and let it tear.
Andrew Feldherr says (in The Cambridge Companion to Ovid): 'Thus metamorphosis continually compels readers to refigure their relationship to the text, their understanding of the narratives it contains (p.
There was and is a powerful neo-Reformationist offshoot of liberal theology, founded by Karl Barth and Emil Brunner, that sought to refigure the Reformationist dialectic of Word and Spirit as the basis of Christian claims.