re-analyse

re-analyse

vb (tr)
to analyse (something) again
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In his concluding remarks, PN Commander Coast Rear Admiral Moazzam Ilyas, the chief guest, said that the situation along country's coast required attention of the government as well as of private institutions to re-analyse the present mode of coastal management.
But Lorna's story came full circle when she was asked to re-analyse samples from the World's End case.
And Shelly said: "She's gone into the house to re-analyse her life.
I think clubs will look at the likes of us and Bournemouth and say: 'Right, maybe we need to re-analyse how we go about signing people'.
Matthew Idiens, CEO, said, Rose is actively progressing the project and has identified the present holders of both the 2D seismic data and also core from the Weiden-1 well, which we plan to re-analyse.
Marcel Herrera skipper of Messe Frankfurt talking about his strategy for the first leg said: "We took the extra time we had with the postponement to rest and re-analyse the weather routing.
Det Chief Insp Andy Redwood said: "We sought from the beginning to draw everything back to zero then re-analyse and reassess everything, accepting nothing.
He surrounds himself with past work because of a propensity to re-analyse and re-evaluate his creative journey--a process he laughingly refers to as "mining the past".
The biggest problem is it could take two or three months to re-analyse and produce the design documentation and to get a new permit from the municipality.
Cette appropriation se fait par l'intermediaire d'une re-analyse du consommable et du mangeable (Jourdan 2010) oo le couple mefiance/confiance joue un role central.
13 To assess dependability, peer-checking by experienced colleagues to re-analyse some of the data was performed.
uCaComplete and certify due diligence for all remaining pre- existing accounts and re-analyse high value accounts