Definitions

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  • v. Past participle of redraw

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Examples

  • A Gothic Uncial alphabet redrawn from a German brass is illustrated in 162.

    Letters and Lettering A Treatise With 200 Examples

  • One famous case involved Tuskegee, Ala., a square-shaped municipality that was redrawn in 1957 as a 28-sided figure.

    Jonathan Weiler: Invisible Boundaries, Visible Harm

  • Hierarchy I is simply Figure 3b redrawn as Figure 4, with time as the horizontal axis.

    A New Book

  • Districts—which are redrawn every 10 years after the U.S. Census—often split neighborhoods and communities in an effort to help incumbents win, the backers of reform say.

    Deal Sought on Districts

  • We followed for a few steps, but it gets dark so early now, it's easy to get lost on a map redrawn in our sleep.

    Progress

  • The move by union officials marks the latest maneuver as unions and contractors prepare to renegotiate 30 collective bargaining agreements to be redrawn by June 30.

    Unions Drop Savings Pact

  • New Jersey is losing a House seat, and redrawn district lines have left Democratic Rep. Steve Rothman living in Republican Rep. Scott Garrett's district.

    Hatch Job, Jersey War, How GOP Plans to Win

  • Perez , the Justices rejected a series of election maps redrawn by a lower court in Texas to replace a map created by the Texas legislature to account for population growth and four new Congressional seats.

    Holder's Texas Defeat

  • The draft boundary commission proposals for England, currently subject to a consultation, have already caused huge upheaval amongst MPs and local constituencies angry at the way in which boundaries are being redrawn, ignoring the local political and natural characteristics of constituencies.

    Six million eligible voters not registered, says Electoral Commission

  • Few by now are in any doubt that the England's social contract is potentially redrawn by measures that shred a public institution designed for universal healthcare.

    The battle for the NHS is far from over | Allyson Pollock

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  • A postage stamp design that has been slightly altered but that maintains the basic design as originally issued.

    August 27, 2008