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redux

Refers to being brought back, revived or restored. From the Latin "reducere."
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The ReDuX Plier has been specially designed for use during osteotomies, and most specifically in pedicle substraction osteotomy (PSO).
By selecting CSB and REDUX at 15 years, the Sailor is penalized 10.4 percent for the cash-out, and loses $193,630 in after-tax retirement income.
"In Richard III redux OR Sara Beer is/not Richard III, co-writer Phillip Zarrilli and I have challenged both Shakespeare's misrepresentation of an historical figure and the dramatic device of physical difference being the embodiment of evil.
Richard has pioneered Redux movies - recreating movie scenes in the places where they were originally shot, but using local people, cheap props and a hand-held camera.
This controversial notion forms the thesis of Nashville poet Caroline Randall Williams' book Lucy Negro, Redux and Nashville Ballet's new contemporary ballet.
In your January article, "ILS Nuances Redux," you shouldn't be too quick to blow off ILS/LOCIAP step-downs as being for localizer only.
Good Times Restaurants announced that it has entered into an agreement with Delta Partners and REIT Redux, principal shareholders of the company, and Robert Stetson and Charles Jobson, former members of the company's board, whereby the company will prior to its 2018 annual meeting of shareholders reduce the number of its directors from seven to five and, with the support of Delta Partners and REIT Redux, nominate for election at the meeting as members of its board Messrs.
Google has acquired Redux, a startup from UK, which used actuators to deliver audio and tactile feedback via a device's display.
startup called Redux, which is known for developing technologies that allows mobile displays to turn into speakers.