restabilize

restabilize

(ˌriːˈsteɪbɪlˌaɪz) or

restabilise

vb (tr)
to stabilize again
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Once the test injection is complete, a separate filling valve is actuated to refill and restabilize the pressure in the fluid chamber before the next test cycle.
The elution gradient was 5% of eluent B over 3 min and 3-60% of eluent B over 3-27 min and another 6 min to return the initial condition and restabilize the column.
We have filed this complaint after having exhausted every possible means we could think of to get Fannie Mae to abide by the law and work with us to restabilize the damaged communities," Smith said.
They spent close to $5 million on building upgrades and successfully leased over 225,000 s/f of space to restabilize the property at 98 percent occupancy prior to marketing the property for sale at $250 million through Bob Knakal and his team at Massey Knakal Realty Services.
History tells us that the only way to restabilize this region is to gather the essential players around a table and begin framing a new security architecture.
But a brake on this acceleration of new gene expression is also necessary to restabilize the cells at a new equilibrium.
Preobrazhenskii and the United Opposition favored "squeezing" the peasantry to finance industrialization, a program ultimately appropriated by Stalin with unmitigated brutality; the Stalinist bloc, then following the theories of Nikolai Bukharin, argued that industrial expansion should increase the availability of cheap consumer goods to spur consumption, restore equilibrium, and restabilize price levels.
Second, goal diversity triggers the social interaction processes through which organizational members contrast their goals in an attempt to restabilize the conflict.
Immediately after the outbreak of the various Arab rebellions, China initiated measures to restabilize its system and to avoid any spillover from these movements to the PRC.
Wolfe argues that Moore's Principia Ethica undermines utilitarian ethics by showing how "good" and "bad" are linguistic predicates rather than inherent qualities--the same sort of move that Judith Butler will perform vis-i-vis the terms "man" and "woman" in Gender Trouble--only to restabilize their meaning by "insisting that they refer to unchanging (Platonic) ideals" (26).
To help mitigate the problem, the SEC and the major stock exchanges have developed "circuit breakers" that pause or stop trading in the event of large, quick-moving stock-price fluctuations, giving the market a chance to restabilize.
While banks support the bills because they provide them with an expedited procedure of foreclosure, many of these procedures will effectively reduce the financial incentive for lenders to participate in short sales and negotiated settlements that are helping restabilize the Florida real estate economy.