restabilize

restabilize

(ˌriːˈsteɪbɪlˌaɪz) or

restabilise

vb (tr)
to stabilize again
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As China seeks to restabilize its relationship with the U.S., and ease tensions in its non-U.S.
Brief reexposition triggers a labile state that requires de novo protein synthesis to restabilize memory persistence in a process known as reconsolidation [11].
The elution gradient was 5% of eluent B over 3 min and 3-60% of eluent B over 3-27 min and another 6 min to return the initial condition and restabilize the column.
In response, the British government publicly declared support for the Falkland Islanders' right to self-determination (as laid out in the UN charter) in an attempt to restabilize wider diplomatic tensions within the South Atlantic.
"We have filed this complaint after having exhausted every possible means we could think of to get Fannie Mae to abide by the law and work with us to restabilize the damaged communities," Smith said.
They spent close to $5 million on building upgrades and successfully leased over 225,000 s/f of space to restabilize the property at 98 percent occupancy prior to marketing the property for sale at $250 million through Bob Knakal and his team at Massey Knakal Realty Services.
(47) While agreeing on the necessity of industrialization, the opposing camps fell out violently over who would pay for what Evgenii Preobrazhenskii labeled "primitive socialist accumulation." Preobrazhenskii and the United Opposition favored "squeezing" the peasantry to finance industrialization, a program ultimately appropriated by Stalin with unmitigated brutality; the Stalinist bloc, then following the theories of Nikolai Bukharin, argued that industrial expansion should increase the availability of cheap consumer goods to spur consumption, restore equilibrium, and restabilize price levels.
Second, goal diversity triggers the social interaction processes through which organizational members contrast their goals in an attempt to restabilize the conflict.