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redux

Refers to being brought back, revived or restored. From the Latin "reducere."
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As a hosting provider, availability and reliability are critical success factors since our customers put their faith in our ability to ensure that their Web infrastructure is always accessible," says Thomas Brenneke, president, Network Redux.
The ReDuX Plier has been specially designed for use during osteotomies, and most specifically in pedicle substraction osteotomy (PSO).
Winning is about to get more difficult for Rapid Redux, however.
By selecting CSB and REDUX at 15 years, the Sailor is penalized 10.
The company today announced it recently filed a Schedule 13D with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicating that REIT Redux owns approximately 4.
The radio productions often had studio audiences- played here by Radio Redux theatergoers - that not only heard the stories but witnessed actors at the microphones with their scripts, sound-effects crew simulating walking feet, slamming doors, wailing sirens and even singers recreating the jingles that back then sold everything from detergent to chewing gum.
Not for the first time, Rapid Redux acted up at the gate but broke sharply, despite his reluctance to load before the 1m1/2f event.
This should be a joint decision between the Sailor and spouse making sure they are equally informed on the details of electing REDUX retirement or remaining with the High-3 retirement plan.
As part of the Twilight Dance Series, a set of free summer concerts on the Santa Monica Pier now in its 25th season, La Monica Ballroom Redux is one of the events leading up to the Santa Monica Pier's Centennial Celebration on September 9, 2009.
Radio Redux founder and director Fred Crafts has created a new script, incorporating elements from the book, the movie and both radio plays.
There were anxious moments before the race as Rapid Redux played up and delayed the start by more than a minute, only consenting to enter the starting gates after the front of his stall was opened while he was loaded.
Even at its now 202-minute running time, ``Apocalypse Now Redux,'' a hallucinatory mediation on the Vietnam War based on the Joseph Conrad's ``Heart of Darkness,'' is the ultimate trip.