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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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So there are a number of long-ago identified "readvances" in North America and Europe.
It turns out that all of the latest "readvances" linked to the last ice age date to the same time period as each other, and to the same time periods at the Younger Dryas.
The most marked and persistent of these fluctuations, the Younger Dryas event , was at least hemispheric in its extent, and was marked by the reglaciation of some regions and readvances of ice-sheet margins in others.
Late-Quaternary changes in arctic terrestrial ecosystems, climate, and ultraviolet radiation levels
Mortgage grants and readvances for residential property peaked at a level slightly below R40 billion in May 2007, the month preceding the implementation of the National Credit Act. This figure declined to R29. 6 billion in November 2007.
"According to Reserve Bank data, new mortgage loans and readvances for dwellings and flats have seen substantial declines," Standard Bank said.
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