restudy

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restudy

(ˌriːˈstʌdɪ)
vb (tr) , -studies, -studying or -studied
to study again
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"We have been restudying reovirus for some time, and we were surprised by the discovery of a potential link between reovirus and celiac disease," Terence Dermody, chair of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and physician in chief and scientific director at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh at UPMC, said in the press release.
The editors have organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in seven parts devoted to period specific methods, the regional development of field methods, urban and rural survey, restudying excavated sites, buildings archaeology, special deposits and contextual analysis, and material culture studies.
Regurgitating would be more like reading it out of the book or even restudying what you just studied.
"We are restudying that [third runway]," said Hotchkiss, adding that the plan was currently "a bit on hold."
31 -- (BNA): The House of Representatives' Speaker Khalifa bin Ahmed Al-Dhahrani praised the kind visit of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister on Tuesday to the House of Representatives, applauding His Royal Highness's resolution in favour of a restudying and reassessment of the diesel price hike.
Hussein Dabbas, Royal Jordanian president, said that the decision to keep Munich on the route network is due to restudying the pattern of its operation to Frankfurt and Munich as well as taking into consideration the assistance provided by Munich Airport.
EOn February 7, RJ announced its decision to stop operating to five of its destinations; they are Munich, Brussels, Al-Ain and to two other destinations in the Gulf area, not yet announced.E EThis decision came under the airlineOs intensive actions to reduce the operating costs brought up by the soaring fuel prices and to offset the decline in tourism to the region, the outcome of the political unrest.E Hussein Dabbas, the RJ president, said that the decision to keep Munich on the route network is due to restudying the pattern of its operation to Frankfurt and Munich as well as taking into consideration the assistance provided by Munich Airport.
"Restudying, attend lectures, meetings, and obtaining the latest information on this area is very important.
In addition, Majlis Al-Shura discussed the report regarding restudying a request to find a legal interpretation for permanent residence.
Restudying or developing new plans for the O&C lands, if done in an honest, objective way and not tarnished by politics, will only lead to the same planning decisions.