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  • noun Plural form of reactivation.


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  • Scientists believe these "reactivations" of the infection could explain the emergence or worsening of cognitive symptoms as people with schizophrenia reach adolescence and young adulthood. - latest science and technology news stories

  • When I was in, I was always told that IRR reactivations are the last step before a draft.

    "just one more thing, soldier": resisting reactivation through the irr

  • Most disaster survivors recover rapidly, within a half hour after the danger has subsided, but in a minority of cases symptoms of jitteriness persist for days and sometimes weeks, along with excessive physiological arousal in response to noises and minor threats, which appear to be reactivations of the alarm reaction.

    Handbook of Stress

  • But I wonder how you think about the tolerance for more capacity via reactivations because 3 to 5 rigs on the current base of 37 is towards 10%.

  • If this tightness persist, as we expect it will throughout 2012, we may see a select few other reactivations, but only with similar multiyear contract coverage in the high dayrates that justify the cost.

  • While we are disappointed not to close this particular transaction, our existing assets provide us with sizable production and reserves as well as organic growth potential through well reactivations.

  • It sounds like the ideal use for that free cash flow would be reactivations should the market stay there?

  • And if you're worried about the elasticity of dayrates as you're thinking about having reactivations that the market can bear.

  • But to the extent we have very high return projects like reactivations, that would certainly make a priority.

  • It certainly seems that they can get lower dayrates by maybe sponsoring a few reactivations of your cold-stacked that's on long-term contracts.


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