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reset

(rē-sĕt′)
v. re·set, re·setting, re·sets
v.tr.
To set again: reset a broken bone.

re·set′ta·ble adj.
re·set′ter n.
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During the dual thermocouple trial, adaptive reset action was disabled, but the system learned the reset values for the screw speeds that were applied during the final trial.
Provide manufacturers/food brokers with advance notice of store resets.
Allowing consumers who qualify for the program to reset their mortgage rates and refinance their notes means financial institutions don't have to worry as much about losing their borrowers' mortgage business when they want to refinance, he explained.
The RESET folks will work on-site to get your generators operational to 10/20 standards.
However, once the generator is shut down, pushing the reset button will "clear" the indicator whether the air filter restriction has been corrected or not.
For many homeowners faced with a reset of thousands a month in payments, this form of financing represents a solid option -- and sometimes the only option -- to avoid disaster and get their mortgage payments back to a reasonable level.
Here are a few other facts you should know about the RESET program:
2 million through the Fiscal Year 2007 budget, BAE Systems will secure long-lead materials for an anticipated award to reset 303 Bradley A3 vehicles and 173 Bradley Operation Desert Storm vehicles under Fiscal Year 2008 funding.
6V and the reset output itself is guaranteed to be valid down to 0.
A reset contract involves the repair and retrofit of battle-worn or damaged products to a like-new condition (near zero miles/hours of wear and tear).
By adding advanced security capabilities such as federated single sign-on, directory administration streamlining and remote user password reset, the new Password Manager release makes secure application delivery even easier for the more than 180,000 Presentation Server customers worldwide.