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tr.v. re·used, re·us·ing, re·us·es
To use again, especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing.

re·us′a·bil′i·ty n.
re·us′a·ble adj. & n.
re·use′ (-yo͞os′) n.


the state or quality of being reusable
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High sensitivity, selectivity and reusability are among the advantages of the sensor.
The new and improved system retains all the advantages from the previously validated Dynaflow technology and now features the Resolve Glass Chip, providing reusability and adsorption-free perfusion.
Last month I discussed the "Nine Degrees of Data Reusability," a measurement scale where each level, or degree, represents one step closer to total data interactivity and reusability within a corporate information system and across different entities (such as business and financial partners, auditors, regulators, etc.
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However reusability in code generation is not highlighted in those products.
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Require a program for either the collection and reuse of packages by manufacturers, or their reuse by consumers to sustain a claim of refillability or reusability.
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