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reabsorb

 [re″ab-sorb´]
to absorb again; to undergo or to subject to reabsorption; to resorb.
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Its decision to grant a five-year tax reduction of euro 4 billion not only compromises its chances of reabsorbing the deficit before 2008, but also threatens to delay Hungary's transition to the euro to after 2010.
Distal nephron segments have shown some capacity for reabsorbing additional phosphate, but that capacity is very limited and has been demonstrated only in the acute absence of parathyroid hormone (PTH) (such as post parathyroidectomy) or with severe dietary phosphate restriction.
Koerner advised the patient and her husband that Twin B was "reabsorbing" and that there was "nothing left of Twin B." The patient had several sonograms after the demise of Twin B and asked to see Twin B on the sonogram monitor.
The report, compiled by Congressman Chris Cox's select bipartisan committee, says China's long-term geopolitical goals include reabsorbing Taiwan, which has been ruled separately since the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949, and becoming the primary power in Asia.
In the past, the ministry prevented massive withdrawals of fixed postal savings by reabsorbing expired savings through a hike in their maximum deposit amount, which is currently set at 10 million yen.
Nerve cells release dopamine, then control its abundance by reabsorbing it and breaking it down.
Alternately emitting and reabsorbing photons during their passage through such a structure, the atoms interact strongly with and modify the electromagnetic field associated with the defecttrapped photons.