re-change

re-change

vb
literary to change again
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As per him, these places were renamed after invasion of Muslim kings, so there is a need to re-change them.
We are also keen to re-change the mental image of the bank about these branches.
The relationship between synthesis and CA secretion is complex, which is why it is commonly necessary to measure the rate of CA re-change more than the levels as such (Racotta et al., 1994).
The information data for society to re-change and re-portray the position and destinations of the considerable number of associations which work with information, data, and society.
It's very interesting dynamics; we have to re-change habits.
The physical and chemical characteristics of the recirculated water were registered every day, before the daily re-change, with the water quality kit for pisciculture (1) and were kept within the following ratios: temperature, 26,2 [+ or -] 0,9[degrees]C; dissolved oxygen, 6,75 [+ or -] 0,71 mg [L.sup.-1]; pH, 7,61 [+ or -] 0,14; thickness, 70,54 [+ or -] 6,05 mg [L.sup.-1] CaC[O.sub.3]; alkalinity, 72,68 [+ or -] 7,92 mg [L.sup.-1] CaC[O.sub.3], total ammonium, 0,36 [+ or -] 0,1 mg [L.sup.-1] and non-ionized ammonium, (NH3) 0,0114 [+ or -] 0,006 mg [L.sup.-1].