reinspection

reinspection

(ˌriːɪnˈspɛkʃən)
n
the act or process of reinspecting
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In addition to the $200,000 claim, PPC sought $25,000 in reinspection costs and offset against this claim $125,000 in unpaid invoices to Ameripac.
Annual reports are made to the state with reinspection every three years.
Embassy coordinated and accompanied a reinspection visit with officials from the National Marine Fisheries Service.
Sadly, few calculate the actual costs of rework and repair extra materials, reinspection, repackaging and shipping, warranty and replacements, price allowances for defects, good will loss, etc.
"The new equipment will substantially improve our ability to process sliced green beans to a very high quality and will greatly reduce the need for reinspection."
If, during an inspection of a property, a minor discrepancy is noted, the affected owner or manager is given a dated "Conditional Certificate," which allows the manager 30 days to correct the problem and request a reinspection. Managers are given 90 days to correct minor discrepancies with lighting.
The security manager must then be prepared for a reinspection by the deadline date.
* Seeking the involvement of suppliers to remove non-value added activity from the distribution channel, or in other words, meet Norwalk's specifications so time and money do not have to be spent on reinspection.
The reasons ranged from analytic to interpretive, front objective to subjective, but almost every reason was valid, empirical, readily apparent upon reinspection. Not only did the students instruct their parents and classroom teachers in art vocabulary and critical inquiry, but they broadened the group's aesthetic perceptions.
Reinspection and rework time also are being decreased by an emphasis on quality throughout the production process.
Allen's suggestion of a 3-D periodic table springs from his reinspection of a fundamental, much used, yet fuzzily defined chemical concept known as electronegativity, which Linus Pauling introduced in 1932.
staff for "acquiescing" in T.U.'s sloppy design and construction and ordered the utility to undertake reinspection and reconstruction of the entire project.