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  • noun finance To calculate (or to make a fiscal determination) again.

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  • noun determining again


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re- + determination in imitation of recalculation


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  • If the parties are unable to agree on such 'redetermination' within sixty days the matter will be resolved through a dispute resolution process.

    Owls and Roosters

  • MIL's medicare redetermination interview, which means I get to dig through her tax return and find out the info.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • And there's been a lot of work that HCFA has done with states over the last year to really promote what we're now actually calling, and a lot of states are calling, a renewal process, rather than redetermination.

    Press Briefing With Chris Jennings Senior Health Care Policy

  • The contract effectively indicated that Masetlha's appointment was made "pending imminent redeployment, redetermination of service, or other action the President may see fit".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There then followed a redetermination of almost all of the other atomic weights arrived at by Stas (with the exception of carbon), and these too, in the majority of cases, were found to require exchanging for more exact values.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1914 - Presentation

  • Ever since the year 1887, when Richards, who was then not quite twenty years of age, assisted Josiah P. Cooke in the redetermination of the ratio between hydrogen and oxygen in water, his labours have gone on uninterruptedly right up to the date of the awarding to him of the Nobel Prize, covering consequently a period of more than a quarter of a century.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1914 - Presentation

  • However, Miller, Friedmann, Griscom, and Moore (1957: 188) suggest that the material on which this identification was based needs redetermination.

    Birds from Coahuila, Mexico

  • The position of the Franquette at the bottom of the list of the propagated nuts it is believed will be materially changed with the redetermination of the constants that an examination of

    Northern Nut Growers Association, Report Of The Proceedings At The Tenth Annual Meeting. Battle Creek, Michigan, December 9 and 10, 1919

  • Radium is an element resembling calcium, strontium, and barium in chemical properties; its atomic weight was determined by Mme. Curie, and found to be about 225, according to her first experiments; a redetermination gave a slightly higher value, which has been confirmed by a further investigation carried out by Sir T.E. Thorpe.

    Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

  • It was revived, however, about 1840, by Dumas, whose great authority secured it a respectful hearing, and whose careful redetermination of the weight of carbon, making it exactly twelve times that of hydrogen, aided the cause.

    A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume IV: Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences


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