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And, in fact, Precision has not sought to reexamine the patents it has been accused of infringing.
The two characters are forced to reexamine old feelings and emotions when their pasts come back to haunt them.
Judy Kronenfeld seeks to reexamine the assumptions about language which underpin both deconstruction and the various new historicisms, and to mediate between such concepts as infinitely regressive meaning, repressive hegemonic cultural codes, and unbounded polyvalency.
The latest survey to reexamine the art of the '60s and '70s, "Live In Your Head" revisits the context of British Conceptualism, in particular the more ephemeral and far-out practices that flourished during that fabled epoque.
With recent changes in benefits regulation, executives must reexamine some of their steadfast policies on financing executive retirement benefits.
Announcement of the "North Central Coast Study Region" kicks off the next phase of the MLPA Initiative process, created to reexamine and redesign marine protected areas (MPAs) in state waters.
Eric Friedly, spokesman for the Fulton Country district attorney's office, said that "we may need to reexamine the language [of the law].
There were many more points, however, that made me sit back and reexamine my own prejudices, giving me a new perspective on issues like affirmative action policies, interracial dating and the phrase, "It's a black thing, you wouldn't understand.
In reviewing alternatives, companies will have to reexamine and, in many cases, modify their commitment to current and future retirees.
Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) will reexamine U.
Anthracite Lads: A True Story of the Fables Molly Maguires is a unique book that strives to reexamine a facet of American History in a new light.
Topol and his coworkers to reexamine studies by research groups that monitored people taking the drugs over several months.