rescore

rescore

(riːˈskɔː)
vb (tr)
to write a new or revised musical score for (a piece of music), usually with different instrumentation
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Capital Markets arranged the financing on behalf of the developer, Florida-based Rescore Property Corp., a private REIT.
Capital Markets Managing DirectorsKevin O'GradyandEric McGlynnled the Walker & Dunlop team, which arranged the financing on behalf of the developer,Florida-based Rescore Property Corp., a private REIT founded byArthur Falcone,Tony Avila, andBill Powers, and their local partner, Align Real Estate.
One business has applied for a rescore, which will be undertaken within the standard time frame - being 3 months from application.
After reviewing the content of those items, it was decided to omit said items rather than attempt to rescore them.
As the project progressed, the team met every 6 months to rescore the project using INVEST to track progress toward sustainability goals.
The five-man panel formed by the World Boxing Organization to review and rescore the welterweight title bout concluded on Tuesday that Horn did beat Pacquiao, seven rounds to five.
The state concluded that it had to "rescore the previously submitted technical packets," but again, the Indiana company prevailed.
In that sense, we are aware that some included problematic taxa, such as Kukufeldia and Xuwulong, may need further revision, but without first hand examination of the specimens we choose not to rescore or delete these taxa.
It also seems unlikely that the DPH will agree to rescore applications it already reviewed.
Incorporating the new information into the analysis process, analytics engines can use each update as a trigger to reanalyze and rescore for fraud, padding or litigation propensity.
Barney Moore, senior portfolio consultant for Card Services for Credit Unions, advised credit unions to rescore their card portfolios at least annually.
(The present data are available for researchers who wish to rescore the samples reported here.) Either way, it's clear from the present research that college majors hold promise for understanding the early expression of creative interests, career goals, and traits.