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reformulate

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  • v  formulate or develop again, of an improved theory or hypothesis

  • So the company decided to reformulate its ink and hired a chemical engineer from Dupont, who replaced the expensive beads with a technology, already used in ink jet printers to .
  • McCain, Huckabee and a nation of disconcerted Republican voters now threaten to reformulate that coalition.
  • We were afraid that Linus Pauling would go back and reformulate his original model.
News & Articles

  • ELIZABETH CONKEY
    WASHINGTON COUNTY, N.Y. -- After the federal sequestration resulted in a 5.2 percent budget cut to Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Washington County, families have been left wondering what may come next for their children and Head Start employees have been left scrambling to reformulate programs.
    June 27, 2013 - Bennington Banner
  • Washington County Head Start program dwindles after sequestration budget cuts
    Thursday June 27, 2013 ELIZABETH CONKEY Staff Writer WASHINGTON COUNTY, N.Y. -- After the federal sequestration resulted in a 5.2 percent budget cut to Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Washington County, families have been left wondering what may come next for their children and Head Start employees have been left scrambling to reformulate programs.
    June 27, 2013 - Bennington Banner
Quotes

  • Mitch McConnell in Reuters UK
    We're not trying to prevent a package from passing. We're trying to reform it -- reformulate it,Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told a Capitol Hill news conference.
  • Brian Billick in SportingNews.com
    As much as they hated to lose Adalius Thomas, this group is very confident that it can reformulate itself,Billick said.
  • Manuel Villar in Inquirer.net
    Senate President Manuel Villar said that given Ranario's fate, the government must "revisit and reformulate legislation that will provide better protection for our modern heroes."

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