re-expose

re-expose

(ˌriːɪkˈspəʊz)
vb (tr)
to expose again
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Of course, the rise of the long marginalized conservativism gained enough strength as a movement and political force so as to re-expose the seemingly reconciled divisions within the nation that occurred before and after the Civil War/Reconstruction eras.
That melded well with their plans to re-expose the old bricks on the walls.
aACAoOnce the affected area is warm, do not re-expose it to the cold.
With the recent redevelopment of the St Chad's Circus area, some sections of the Great Western Railway Mural were removed but most was buried on site with soft sand as an immediate backfill to protect it should future generations wish to re-expose it.
Your child and all of his clothing need to be washed, including things like hats and sneakers--things you might not think about washing--that have also come in contact with the plant oil and can re-expose your child the next time he touches those items if they haven't been washed.
The revisions in Proposed Accounting Standards Update (Revised), Revenue Recognition (Topic 605)--Revenue from Contracts with Customers: Revision of Exposure Draft Issued June 24, 2010, appear to address many of the concerns raised in a December 2010 comment letter by the AICPA's Financial Reporting Executive Committee (FinREC) that also urged the boards to re-expose and redeliberate on the proposals.
Even though most of the changes we made to revenue recognition addressed the comments people made on the first exposure draft (ED), we decided to re-expose our work for quality-control purposes.
On July 21, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) announced they would re-expose their recently proposed lease accounting standard changes.
The IASB now commits only to re-expose the proposed standard sometime in the broad window beginning with the fourth quarter of 2011 and encompassing all of 2012.
As each trough continued to enlarge and experience collapse over time, older minerals became buried and separated, followed by deposition of younger minerals, then finally erosion to re-expose buried units.
FASB-IASB RE-EXPOSE PROPOSED REVENUE RECOGNITION STANDARD
Turn on and off light sources, deeply re-expose pictures in full 32-bit per channel without compromising details and color appearance.