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revert

verb backslide, change back, lapse, recede, regress, retreat, retrograde, retrogress, retrovert, reverse, turn back
See also: disorganize, escheat, recur, regress, relapse, repeat, return, revoke

revert

of an estate or interest in land, to return to its former owner or his heirs when a grant, such as a grant for the lifetime of the grantee, comes to an end.
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He added that no borrower would revert to the rate until June 2012 at the earliest.
Mr Rahman, an administrator for the Islamic Social Services Association, is reaching out to reverts via the internet, including social networking site Facebook, and has already got the names of 78 reverts in South Wales on his database.
You can certainly place a SE terminator on your LVD bus, but by doing so, the entire bus now reverts back to SE mode.
Surplus revenues revert back to the corporation and impact fees are held by the trustee until the next debt service payment is made.
Attaur Rehman disclosed that minister for education after a detailed deliberation canceled the merger of the low enrollment schools and ordered to revert the notification.
After expiry of such deputation period, the Government servant is required to revert back to the parent organization / office.
Gulf News, please help me revert the charges from FGB, made on my credit card.
Sheikh Fatima, another new revert, explained that she was born into a Christian family.
I believe the Government has now started retraining people in how the hills work, but the environmentalists are blinkered and don't realise animals help the hills and that without them they will revert to wilderness.
The good to firm areas are likely to revert to good, with the current good areas reverting to the easier side of that description.
NNA - 4/6/2011 Senior Iranian Spiritual Guide, Ayatullah Khamenei, stated that the whole of Muslim Palestine must revert to the fold of Islam as an Islamic province.
The change was however taken during the financial crisis and the ECB may revert its rules in 2011, under which A- is the minimum required rating.