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remap

To map something for a second or subsequent time. Quite often, the words "remap" and "map" are used synonymously, even though they refer to an operation that is taking place for the first time. See map.
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As a result of the increase in client referrals, Remap is in need of more volunteers.
year we expect the event to be bigger and better, with more MEPRA members than ever before, more award categories and a new stellar line up of international speakers for REMAP soon to be announced.
For more info on RooVision, visit remap. org.uk DREAM TEAM Ian helmet designer
Once updated, you will be able to remap the Bixby button to open any app on the phone, assignable using a single or double tap option.
1b, c and d): IRAP (primers designed to amplify between LTR regions), REMAP (primers designed for both LTR and adjacent SSR region) and iPBS (primers designed to amplify between PBS regions).
Yet, the REmap 2030 finds that a 10 per cent renewables into the country's energy mix is not only easily achievable, but also economically beneficial.
Conventional wisdom indicates that if you're planning to remap an ECU connected to a naturally-aspirated 1.6L engine or smaller, just don't.
The world faces an important energy choice, said the 'REmap 2030' report launched by the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) in New York.
The world faces an important energy choice, said the "REmap 2030" report launched by the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) in New York last night.
The global renewable energy share can reach and exceed 30 per cent by 2030 at no extra cost, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) says in a report "REmap 2030," that was published yesterday to coincide with the Wolrd Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.
Showcasing the Agency's original research and policy advice, IRENA will present "REmap 2030", a roadmap for doubling the global renewable energy share by 2030.