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  • verb Present participle of recommission.


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  • Since purchasing the building Parmenter has aggressively pursued energy saving projects such as recommissioning the mechanical systems, retrofitting restroom faucets and toilets with low-flow devices, and completing a full building lighting retrofit.

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  • The conflicting interpretations of the secretary of state's responsibilities are made worse by an amendment to the bill, added after the recommissioning exercise, "the hands-off clause", which requires him to respect the autonomy of the National Commissioning Board and the commissioning bodies.

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  • The recommissioning of the successful BBC1 series Silk, in which the actress plays an ambitious barrister, followed on the heels of her stage appearance in another Rattigan play, The Deep Blue Sea, at the West Yorkshire Playhouse.

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  • She's worried that she might be blocked from recommissioning because of her age, or for a number of other reasons.

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  • Why the recommissioning of an entrance to a major downtown rail station previously closed for 41 years would merit a service alert and not a full-blown press release is beyond me.

    Mike Doyle: CTA Mum on New Polk Street Red Line Entrance

  • As for Bone yard A/C, yep, lots there, but recommissioning A/C from the bone yard takes time and manpower, more so, expertise to do it.

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  • The City of Johannesburg will have 80 megawatts of electricity reserves as a result of recommissioning two gas turbines by the end of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said this was an interim measure until new capacity came on stream, including the recommissioning of mothballed Eskom power stations.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A so-called building recommissioning, or a professional building tuneup, can help a business save up to 10% on energy costs, says Ms. Lacy of the Rocky Mountain Institute.

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  • Once recommissioning starts, another 40MW of electricity would be available from a third gas turbine unit.

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