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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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It means, that the solution found is checked against a large number of starting states, and in some cases, the candidate may not be a resetting one.
Resetting the Legacy Hedges at current market prices will substantially increase the company's cash flow.
This increase in financial risk is offset by a reduction in NRG's business risk; by resetting the hedges at a higher price, the likelihood of having to cover a naked short gas position by buying higher price spot gas (i.
PasswordCourier securely automates error-prone, manual password reset workflows - authenticating users via challenge-response questions, logging critical service and security auditing data within corporate help desks, enforcing password policies, resetting and synchronizing passwords, and confirming changes via e-mail - by integrating with existing computing infrastructure.
In addition, end users and support staff can work with a single interface for changing, resetting, and synchronizing passwords across all systems and platforms.
Pitney Bowes was the first to embrace the idea of transferring postage electronically when it introduced the Postage By Phone(R) Resetting System over 20 years ago.
It is further estimated that in excess of one billion dollars in meter resetting transactions will be downloaded through the Postage By Phone.
ABT") (Nasdaq/NM:ABTX), announced this week that the company intends to pay off the subordinated convertible debentures sold in late December 1998 and early January 1999 ("sub-debt") in full with cash to prevent a resetting of the amount of shares into which this debt can be converted ("reset of this debt").
Invented and patented by Pitney Bowes, the Postage By Phone(R) Meter Resetting System allows U.