reprogram

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reprogram

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reprogramme

vb (tr)
1. (Computer Science) to program (an electronic device) again or differently
2. (Electronics) to program (an electronic device) again or differently
3. finance US to redistribute or reassign (funds) to different programs, courses, causes etc
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In a statement, Pentagon spokesperson Lt Col Kone Faulkner explained that the suspension of security assistance to Pakistan was announced in January 2018 and on Saturday the Pentagon asked Congress to 'reprogramme' a suspended amount of about $300 million that Pakistan was to receive from the Coalition Support Fund (CSF).
This is not a new decision or a new announcement, but acknowledgement of a July request to reprogramme funds before they expire,' he said.
The technique used to reprogramme the virus to identify the protein common to ovarian, breast, pancreatic, lung and oral cancers could also be used to manipulate it so it would recognise proteins common to other groups of cancers.
According to Orbital ATK, its CMBRE System is a combat-proven munitions tester and reprogrammer designed to verify munition Built-in-Test status and to reprogramme munition operational flight programmes and upload mission planning and GPS data.
Danuta Hubner (EPP, Poland), chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Development (DEVE), made a point of presenting certain clarifications with respect to the Commission's proposal, made at the 30 January informal EU summit, to reprogramme uncommitted Structural Funds (82 billion) to finance projects in support of growth, youth employment and SMEs.
This technology can be used to create and maintain ES cell lines, as well as to reprogramme somatic cells (such as adult skin cells) to derive iPS cells, StemCells said.
The company added that the Nanog gene codes for a protein which plays a key role in the ability of ES cells to multiply while remaining pluripotent, and can also be used to reprogramme somatic cells into a fully pluripotent state.
The aim of the meeting will be to hammer out a deal to make phone identity numbers more difficult to reprogramme.
TECHNICAL whizz-kids who reprogramme stolen mobiles so they can be used after being "barred" from networks face up to five years in prison under a new law.
It was reported that the emergency legislation, called the Mobile Phone (Reprogramming) Bill, makes it an offence to reprogramme a mobile phone by putting a new identity number on a stolen handset.
"Our group was using a particular transcription factor (C/EBP[alpha]) to reprogramme one type of blood cell into another (transdifferentiation).