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Redesign

To alter the design toward a new scheme.
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Stay tuned for more updates on the redesigned Galaxy Fold as well as the rumored (https://www.ibtimes.com/samsung-reportedly-working-second-gen-galaxy-fold-s-pen-2803367) second-gen Galaxy Fold devices Samsung is said to be working on.
From 1999 to 2004, 30 two- and four-year colleges, collaborating with NCAT, reduced the costs on redesigned courses by 37 percent on average.
Likewise, Comet Automation Systems has redesigned its wheel-type desiccant dryer with several new features.
The redesigned 4600XL Wood Hog is also available as a track-mounted unit.
The redesigned tower will be straighter and squarer, will rise from a base clad in shimmering metal and will be topped with an illuminated spire.
The Federal Reserve System announced on April 18, 2005, that it has redesigned its financial education web site to increase the use of Federal Reserve educational materials and promote financial education in the classroom.
The basic processes of health care are archaic in the extreme and will be redesigned around new technologies.
The redesigned web site will feature Abbey's new branding and will be aimed at providing a clear and intuitive self-service platform for the company's customers, according to Oyster.
To begin implementation, the FBI awarded a contract to develop new offense definitions and data elements for the redesigned system.
To do so, we redesigned preparation curricula in our instructional strategies courses.
This research report features original data from NIJ's Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program using a new probability-based sampling method, a poststratification weighting strategy, and a redesigned survey instrument.
The Korber PaperLink (Korber) holding company Hamburg, Germany, has redesigned its Internet web site, www.kpl.net.