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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.
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.
Banks also set their own standards for the redeposit procedure, after the initial attempt has failed.
They rewash the tailings; separate and dry the marketable coal and redeposit the now barren tailings in such a way that is most advantageous for the pond owner.
Charmilles" CC machines are especially well-suited where cleanness of the surface is require& says Ledvon, because they avoid redeposit of material on the surface of the workpiece.
Particulates, bond-pad metal, or probe material left on the abrasive pad from the previous cleanings can adhere to the probe tips and redeposit on the wafer.
To prevent this from happening, it is important that airflow remains positive in a direction leading from the wafer to the exhaust of the spin coater without any recirculation zones that could redeposit particles on the wafer.
One of our most recent introductions is Woolite Dye Magnet, which traps loose dye and dirt in the wash so they don't redeposit on other clothing," says Amy C.
Hsu (1953) points Out that the PIR Program required that any branch of any bank in Taiwan should immediately redeposit the total amount of any PIR account with the Bank of Taiwan, which functioned as the central bank at that time.