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redo

To reverse an undo operation. See undo.
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Indications for redo thyroid surgery were multinodular goiter (MNG) in 19 patients (38.8%).
Redo lateral thoracotomy for reoperative descending and thoracoabdominal aortic repair: A consecutive series of 60 patients.
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Why his brother needed chicken in Giza when he ate it every day in the Gulf, Redo didn't know.
"Iraq is still under UN mandate, and one of the proposed solutions is to redo the elections," Lamaker Bahaa Jamal al-Din told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
not but, but rather "and there is not one of them that I would not redo differently." Matisse's desire to redo his old paintings is perfectly consistent with his refusal to repudiate them.
Their decision not to participate in the Qanater elections redo is another issue, Ibrahim said, adding that it's a statement against "the illegal cancellation of the first round of elections in Qanater that took place in 2005."
Do you have any plans to redo early classics with better orchestration and sound recording
One of disadvantages is that the physical standby database cannot be open, while there are redo data applied.
As it is glued down it will cost more than pounds 2000 to redo the job.
The five treatments were as follows: 1) the student who plagiarized received a failing grade on the research paper, 2) the student received a failing grade for the course, 3) the student was required to go before a university review board, 4) the student was required to redo the assignment, and 5) the college instructor did nothing.
"It's a simple thing but companies can shift into it without having to redo their entire operations."