Noun(1) (law, or his heirs, e.g., the death of the grantee(2) (genetics, usually resulting from a second mutation(3) a reappearance of an earlier characteristic(4) turning in the opposite direction(5) returning to a former state(6) a failure to maintain a higher state
(1) Thus when the lease is disclaimed it is determined and the reversion accelerated but the rights and liabilities of others, such as guarantors and original tenants, are to remain as though the lease had continued and not been determined.(2) And so I wonder if there is a reversion to some of that Cold War mindset.(3) In the subtlest cases of reflowering there is little internode elongation on reversion and plants display varying degrees of phyllody before continuing flower development.(4) Lee leaves behind a young, but firmly rooted democracy, that makes a reversion to the past decade's reforms only a very remote possibility.(5) Although this might seem a reversion to earlier consensus or opinion based guidelines, it is very useful where necessary evidence is found to be lacking despite an extensive literature search.(6) Most Irish commentators speak in terms of soft landings, corrections, or a reversion to more balanced growth rates from 2008 onwards.(7) Consensus was readily reached on one proposition: that a reversion to depression conditions was intolerable and unacceptable.(8) a reversion to the two-party system(9) But because Gorbachev had not yet consolidated his hold on power, or perhaps because the sheer scale of what was happening in Ukraine scared him, the Chernobyl disaster occasioned a reversion to old habits.(10) This year represents a reversion to form, with the highly debatable ├ö├ç├┐influence├ö├ç├û as the new twist.(11) On the surface this seems like a reversion to the traditional area of politics.(12) The underlease contained various covenants by Mr Walker and Mr Mittee not to deal in any way with the reversion to the lease.(13) As Denning LJ stated in Smiley v. Townshend the question to be asked is by what amount, at the end of the lease, was the value of the existing reversion reduced by reason of the lack of repair.(14) The hospital's environmental project co-ordinator, said the change was merely a reversion to the system that operated at the old Princess Margaret Hospital.(15) the reversion of property(16) he was given a promise of the reversion of Boraston's job
1. turnaround ::
troi o gwmpas
3. throwback ::
4. regress ::
1. development ::
2. evolution ::
3. progression ::
Different Formsreversion, reversions
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