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tr.v. re·val·i·dat·ed, re·val·i·dat·ing, re·val·i·dates
To declare valid again.

re·val′i·da′tion n.


vb (tr)
to validate again
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said the five-year delay was due to problems in revalidating original agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) in 1988 and those who became members after 1988.
The flight test was aimed at revalidating several designs and technical parameters of countries weapons system.
KK: It doesn't have to be written in your job description as a nurse because I think there is a risk that individuals who think that they are revalidating against their job description, but essentially they are actually revalidation against the code so what we're saying with this code of practice is that you are registered with the NMC and you are a registered nurse or midwife with any additional skills or qualifications that you may or may not have you are a skilled and within that you are doing that against the code.
The successful launch of "Shaheen 1A (Hatf IV)" was aimed at revalidating various design and technical parameters of the weapon system, an army statement said.
The successful launch was aimed at revalidating various design and technical parameters of the weapon system.
We cannot afford to stand still, however, so in order to maintain our track record of excellence, we have launched a process of revalidating the credentials of all of our consultant doctors.
New Delhi, Apr 10 ( ANI ): Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma has said India would not allow additional cotton exports as of now though it could permit shipments already registered with the government after revalidating.
A full line of FOX IV label printer applicators integrate Zebra, Intermec, Datamax and Sato print engines seamlessly, allowing a user to automate the application process without revalidating.
We believe that the focus of the auditor's work should be restricted to a review and evaluation of management's assertion on the effectiveness of its internal controls and the related documentation--not retesting--and revalidating the entire internal control environment.
Among the proposals were revalidating hospitals and staff every five years.