redisplay

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redisplay

(ˌriːdɪˈspleɪ)
vb (tr)
to display again
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Massumeh Farhad, the Freer|Sackler's chief curator, says one goal of the redisplays is to reassure the public that, like Freer, 'you don't need to be an expert' to relate to varied masterworks.
This major redevelopment redisplays the world-renowned Egyptian collections to exhibit objects that have been in storage since the Second World War, more than doubling the number of mummies and coffins on display with Predynastic and Protodynastic material which ranks amongst the most significant in the world and the best outside Cairo.
Partly stimulated by the removal of some collections to Millennium Point, the Museum and Art Gallery is planning major redisplays including re-thought local history galleries.
When the user changes the weightings of the viewpoints using the slidebars, the personal agent automatically recalculates the appropriate locations of the other users using a weighted cosine measure and redisplays them.
But embedded in the taskbar is the new Quick Launch toolbar with four shortcuts: three for Internet-related features and one that hides all windows and redisplays the desktop.
Zooming enlarges a portion of a graph then redisplays the graph with all axes scaled appropriately.
If the code is not found, the program redisplays the data-entry screen and positions the cursor at the invalid code entry for correction before final entry to the DXS file.