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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Instead, she requests a $10,000 distribution from the IRA with 100% federal income tax withholding followed by a redeposit of the $10,000 into the same IRA 45 days later.
As for the Reporter, the last we heard of Korn was June, 2011, when he invited us to redeposit his bad checks.
Within two weeks, Americans had redeposited more than half of the currency that they had squirreled away before the suspension.
With 2009 distributions temporarily waived, you can help improve your status with a client who might have IRA assets held away from you by alerting them to stop any automatic distribution arrangements to avoid an unnecessary withdrawal and tax liability If a client has already taken their 2009 distribution, have no fear, as you can direct them to redeposit it to the account if within the 60-day rollover period.
Capcom Unity Visa cardholders will also earn one-half percent of cash back from all signature purchases - the cardholder then has the option to either redeposit the cash onto the card for additional use or purchase discounted gift cards from retail partners at the online rewards mall.
When deposited on hair, silicone forms an external, homogeneous, water-insoluble film that helps color redeposit on the hair during washes.
During the plasma nitriding process, due to the collision with gas molecules in the working space, a part of the sprayed particles redeposit at the discharge cathode.
Our platform is additive rather that subtractive, so we can redeposit material where we need it.
In a talk given at the 2008 American Academy of Clinical Endocrinologists Annual Meeting, leading researcher Ralph DeFronzo, MD, explained that pioglitazone's beneficial cardiovascular effects may occur because the drug causes the body to take fat from the abdomen and organs such as the heart, liver and pancreas and redeposit it under the skin.
Gone are the (not-so-good) old days when shipboard disbursing officers had to collect, count, and redeposit large amounts of cash--both coins and currency--after collecting thousands of dollars of nickels, dimes, and quarters from vending machines on some ships.
Any award ticket changes or cancellations resulting in a redeposit of miles will incur a USD75 change fee, which is also waived for Summit members.
Instead of referring to a fish much larger than a whale, without gastric juices or digestive process, which in spite of its size managed to swim so close to shore that it could redeposit the prophet on dry land, it becomes the symbol of Jonah's attempt to silence the prophetic inspiration within himself.