redevelopment

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n redevelopment the act of improving by renewing and restoring "they are pursuing a general program of renovation to the entire property","a major overhal of the healthcare system was proposed"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n redevelopment Specifically, in photography, the act or process of redeveloping: a form of intensification in which the negative is bleached with cupric or mercuric chlorid and then subjected anew to the action of the developer.
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Usage

In literature:

Barbon also redeveloped many districts in London, tearing down old buildings without hesitation.
"Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
That we can easily get by the simple process called "intensifying" or "redeveloping.
"Atlantic Monthly, Vol. XII. July, 1863, No. LXIX." by Various
It seems to take many generations to redevelop an atrophied conscience.
"The Fertility of the Unfit" by William Allan Chapple
They bent every effort toward the redevelopment of science.
"Armageddon--2419 A.D." by Philip Francis Nowlan
An overexposed and underdeveloped plate may be redeveloped, and this process is usually called strengthening or intensifying.
"Harper's Round Table, August 13, 1895" by Various
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In news:

MILLEDGEVILLE — Georgia Gov Nathan Deal has signed into law a statute creating the Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority .
The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority .
AHope VI redevelopment grant has worked wonders for Fayetteville, especially along Old Wilmington Road, where one major housing complex stands and another is nearing completion.
The board of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey agreed yesterday to spend $10 million to prepare a detailed proposal to redevelop the World Trade Center's dreary public spaces.
Warner Robins RDA approves redevelopment plan draft.
Redevelopment work currently under way at the site will add 10 MW of capacity by 2013.
LVM also hopes to revive Skyview town house project, be involved in Rotunda redevelopment.
The redevelopment of a key stretch of Massachusetts Avenue is expected to commence in the fall now that developers have won approval to sell tax credits to finance the project.
Last week, the Gresham Redevelopment Commission asked Williams & Dame Development to take a preliminary look at the former Fred Meyer site at the area's core.
Hekemian agrees to include on site parking spaces in rents at redeveloped mall.
Rotunda tenants can't park on nearby streets, redeveloper says.
Proposed land use of Tysons Corner, after redevelopment.
ROTTERDAM — Another snag has cropped up in the town's efforts to redevelop the blighted Curry Road Plaza, even after a clear bid winner emerged.
The City of Fayetteville has a referendum on the Nov.6 ballot that reads "Shall the Act be approved which authorizes the City of Fayetteville to exercise Redevelopment Powers " and is commonly referred to the "TAD Referendum.
An architectural rendering of Volunteers of America 's planned redevelopment along the Mississippi River.
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In science:

The proofs in this section, however, depend on techniques of [BM3] or [BM5] that we do not redevelop, even though they can be considerably simplified for toric (or binomial) varieties (over an arbitrary perfect field).
Desingularization of toric and binomial varieties
The part ”A” keeps its original structure (founded in XIII-XIV cs.), while the part ”B” had been sub jected to the partial redevelopment in the XIX-th century (Fig. 4.a).
Random Walks Along the Streets and Canals in Compact Cities: Spectral analysis, Dynamical Modularity, Information, and Statistical Mechanics
In general, the quantity of information encoded by the dynamical modularity of ancient cities exceeds that in the modern or redeveloped ones since a number of correlated clusters of diverse sizes could appear in the graphs with a less regular structure.
Random Walks Along the Streets and Canals in Compact Cities: Spectral analysis, Dynamical Modularity, Information, and Statistical Mechanics
Information (via the threshold of correlations, κ) calculated for Rothenburg and Bielefeld (sub jected to a partial redevelopment) are almost equal (Fig. 11).
Random Walks Along the Streets and Canals in Compact Cities: Spectral analysis, Dynamical Modularity, Information, and Statistical Mechanics
The ”A”-part keeps its original structure (founded in XIII-XIV cs.); the part ”B” which had been redeveloped in the XIX-th century.
Random Walks Along the Streets and Canals in Compact Cities: Spectral analysis, Dynamical Modularity, Information, and Statistical Mechanics
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