reprocess

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v reprocess use again after processing "We must recycle the cardboard boxes"
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Usage


In news:

India reach agreement on nuclear fuel reprocessing.
But because reprocessing involved the separation of plutonium, the specter of nuclear terrorism arose.
After years of weapons production and nuclear fuel reprocessing activities, the US created millions of gallons of radioactively contaminated waste.
The explosion at a nuclear reprocessing plant in southern France last week has added to a spate of recent bad news regarding nuclear safety.
We expect that this reprocessing effort will take some time and will vary...
The PAC Model 30 is one of four different roll splitters that automatically remove material from cores up to 72 long to permit and promote fast, safe, contaminant-free reprocessing.
A fuel reprocessing site and research reactors were built for which the Soviets provided heavy water and enriched uranium.
Indiana program reprocesses leftover General Motors manufacturing material and turns it into thermal coats.
Rony Delgarde reprocesses donated paint and ships it to organizations in developing countries.
A ship recycling facility will open in Vallejo this morning, making it the first reprocessing center on the West Coast.
Scrap Metal Gets Shipped for Reprocessing in Southeast Asia, Jersey City (1994).
Scrap Metal Gets Shipped for Reprocessing in Southeast Asia, Jersey City.
Scrap Metal Gets Shipped for Reprocessing in Southeast Asia, Jersey City (1994).
Scrap Metal Gets Shipped for Reprocessing in Southeast Asia, Jersey City.
Instead of ending up in landfills, the soaps are cleaned and reprocessed for shipment to impoverished nations such as Haiti, Uganda, Kenya and Swaziland.
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In science:

M⊙ yr−1 (cid:19) (cid:18) which provides some validation to expectations that a more or less normal stellar wind is responsible for reprocessing the central X-ray continuum.
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
The presence of bright emission lines from species of such disparate ξf suggests that the reprocessing gas in Vela X-1 is composed of a non-trivial distribution in ξ .
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
The X-ray line emission arises presumably as the result of irradiation of the disk by the X-ray continuum, producing an extended source of reprocessed emission.
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
These soft X rays are likely radiation reprocessed in the accretion disk.
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
We used data reprocessed by the Chandra X-ray Center using up-to-date calibration files and standard screening procedures which left a net exposure of 10,120 s on-source.
Detection of an X-ray jet in 3C 371 with Chandra
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