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redux

Refers to being brought back, revived or restored. From the Latin "reducere."
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Nedko Ivanov, Redux CEO said, "I'm very excited at becoming part of the Redux team.
For kids all over this country, summer time means long outdoor adventures with friends and classmates," Judd King, the creator of Capture the Flag REDUX says.
The Radio Redux version is based on the Lux Theatre original.
It's hard enough to get things right just once; Wells has kept Rapid Redux sound and sane and spot-on for 13 months.
High res images of the Cinema Redux pieces can be downloaded from the following link:
The service member filed a motion for rehearing and argued that, despite his earlier contentions, the Redux bonus constituted post-separation income.
Redux is the leading provider of TDM over Packet solutions based on emerging standards developed in the IETF PWE3 pseudo-wire group and the MEF CES technical group.
Redux is a provider of TDM over Packet solutions based on emerging standards developed in the IETF PWE3 pseudo-wire group and the MEF CES technical group.
Another amendment would allow lawsuits in cases where a drug was approved by FDA administrators over the objections of FDA safety reviewers, as was the case with Redux.
The Military Retirement Reform Act of 1986 created the REDUX retirement plan, which applied to all members who joined on or after Aug.
AFS became involved in the project when Packer Engineering (who had signed on with Wright Redux as a volunteer to design and produce the engine for the replica aircraft) was looking for a supplier of the engine's iron castings.
In Harlem Redux, everyone seems to be harboring a secret.