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redirect

verb change course, change direction, diiect again, forward, mail again, post on, readdress, remail, reship, send forward, send on, transmit
See also: divert
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To summarize, theoretical literature is equivocal regarding the occurrence of the ownership redirection phenomenon.
'During the redirection, the priority is to fight criminality and Abu Sayyaf.
Guildford Crown Court heard that Ganan had set up 112 separate mail redirection facilities so that the banks would be unable to trace him when he defaulted on credit.
Guildford Crown Court heard that Ganan set up 112 separate mail redirection facilities so the banks would be unable to trace him when he defaulted on credit.
The RAID Storage Processor is responsible for a storage-specific task called "command termination and redirection." Command termination means the RAID Storage Processor acts as a virtual target, literally intercepting the read and write commands.
Residents with memory impairments benefit from the use of redirection and "fiblets." In redirection, staff simply draw the resident's attention to another subject and take her mind off of whatever she is focusing on.
Because of strategic redirection, market capital limits and technological advancements, many corporations are reevaluating their intellectual asset investments.
The solution is a redirection of the centers of education to an emphasis on creativity rather than discovery.
"Until then, they're not ready to hear redirection."
Gramm is upfront that funding the transition to his system, which would be 3 percent more expensive than the status quo in the short run, would come from three sources: the budget surplus, redirection of some corporate taxes, and 71 percent of the Social Security trust fund.