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revert

a person who, having been converted, has returned to his former beliefs or Church

Revert

To return to a former condition.
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Inwardly as well as outwardly Tarzan had reverted to beast and in the lives of beasts, time, as a measurable aspect of duration, has no meaning.
'All documented accounts payable for fiscal year 2016 and years prior thereto shall be reverted to the Accumulate, Surplus or Deficit of the General Fund, or the Cumulative Result of Operations of the National Government,' the order read.
"That idea is a good idea and it should be reverted to the Office of the Press Secretary kung kailan man gawin ni Presidente (whenever the President decides to do it).
The Ministry revealed in its report that 68 people from different nationalities reverted to Islam in the month of May, 88% of whom were women.
Zairil said there were proposals from stakeholders for the current Cheong Fatt Sze Street to be reverted to its former name, 'Hong Kong Street'.
NEWCASTLE United have confirmed their final home game of the season has reverted to May 4.
Park planning official Jane Tennant said: "Lochiel House had previously been used as a hotel and it may have reverted to a residential house prior to being sold.
HYDERABAD -- Following the Supreme Court-mandated water commission's orders, the Sindh local government department has reverted 11 officials of the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation working on BS-16 to BS-18 grades.
HYDERABAD -- The Sindh Local Government Department has reverted 11 officials of Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (HMC) to their original posts.
It is worth noting that, like Jastram, I find that oil prices have reverted to the long-run price of gold, rather than the price of gold reverting to that of oil.
It doesn't have to be reverted back to higher tariff,' the trade chief said.
Swazuri said the land will be reverted to the government before the squatters are resettled after the 21 days, effective date of publication of the details, elapse.