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  • v  calculate anew
    The costs had to be recalculated

  • Fair Isaac hasn't gone back to recalculate the average recently, but observers say it has most certainly dropped in the past year.
  • The IHS engineers examined 438 undrilled fields and used new technology to recalculate old reservoirs.
  • And as for the violation of American values, we must recalculate the cost of the post-911 instinct to change the rules we play by, detain whomever we need to, forget due process .
News & Articles

  • Pension boost for city vets
    The city has agreed to recalculate pension benefits for municipal workers who lose out on overtime and other extra pay while serving in the military, the feds announced yesterday.The proposed deal settles a class-action suit initially filed by the Manhattan US Attorney’s Office on behalf of retired NYPD...
    June 18, 2013 - New York Post
Quotes

  • Kerry Collins in Examiner.com
    I think he did,Collins said when asked if Suggs made contact. "It's hard for me to recalculate every second."
  • Nicholas Burns in TIME
    Our policy is to increase the pressure on Iran so that they're going to feel there's a cost to what they're doing, and hopefully they're going to recalculate their interests,Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns told TIME. "We've...
  • Antonio in Bloomberg
    E.ON's bid "is in danger of failing," said Antonio Gallego, who helps manage $7.6 billion in stocks and bonds, including Endesa shares, at Gesfinmed in Alicante, Spain. "They need to recalculate everything."

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