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redeposition

[rē‚dep·ə′zish·ən]
(geology)
Formation into a new accumulation, such as the deposition of sedimentary material that has been picked up and moved (reworked) from the place of its original deposition, or the solution and reprecipitation of mineral matter.
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We are telling people to redeposit the checks, since that would be quicker than issuing new checks.
The premium redeposit rate added further to the already high interest expense of the PIR Program, however.
6% of matured postal savings were redeposited in either fixed-amount postal savings or time-deposit postal savings accounts in November, achieving the ministry's redeposit target of 70%.
Employees sometimes elect to redeposit contributions made previously, but later refunded.
Don't automatically redeposit returned checks without testing to determine how many checks clear on redeposit.
The bill was created to help make 529 plans more flexible by adding computers as a higher education expense; along with the redeposit of college funds without incurring negative tax implications on the account contributor.
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According to PROKLEAR, the product contains active agents which lift dirt and grime from pores of the surface, encapsulates them and provides lubrication so that the dislodged dirt cannot redeposit or cause damage while cleaning.
Lower redeposit rates on foreign currency and gold for banks and new requirements on storing reserves with the central bank have greatly added to currency stability," Demir stated.
Under the requirement, banks have to redeposit at least 90% of foreign-fund deposits at demand accounts with the CBC and can, therefore, only use 10% for lending, greatly boosting their lending cost.
Although, at some point during the summer, enough sunlight would shine in to make the water leave the surface and either be lost or perhaps redeposit somewhere else," Stubbs added.