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the act or process of repeating

a restating of something in other, especially simpler, words

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By Brian White Baan Company NV, the Dutch ERP company has forecast higher than expected fourth quarter losses, a huge fall in revenues and re-statement of third quarter figures to show even bigger losses.
9) The other is the statutory tort doctrine expressed in the Re-statement (Second) of Torts [Section] 874A (1979).
In this new book James Trevithick has done an admirable job in re-examining the contribution of Keynes and in providing a powerful re-statement of the fundamental tenets of Keynesianism.
The change in applicable accounting principles, which is required for financial reporting issued after January 1, 2012, is the sole reason for re-statement of the previously released financial statements.
Salam Fayyad, Palestinian Prime Minister and Shimon Peres, President of Israel, gave a stiff and fairly well-choreographed re-statement of their governments' entrenched views.
On top of these issues and hard costs are the equally painful losses of consumer trust, brand value, and shareholder confidence that can accompany high profile data breaches or financial errors leading to re-statement of results.
Sounds scary but as every member state already has to adopt EU law it is really just a re-statement of what already exists.
He understands broadcasting, and he also understands public service broadcasting, and Dyke's BBC may be the last great re-statement of the case for it.
for a re-statement of the sceptical view in these issues, see Davidson 1994).
In response, management has issued the following re-statement of previously released headlines:
for the year ended 31 March 2007 by way of re-statement, details of which are
Supermarket that continue to insist they are under no obligation to physically separate beef from different countries of origin are certain to be challenged by lead food officers in all UK local authorities following a firm re-statement of advice on co-mingling from national policy advisers, says the National Beef Association.
The majority of the loss for the quarter was attributable to costs related to the CBSi acquisition, including (non-cash) amortization of intangibles, an increase in sales and marketing expenses related to our Communications segment and several one time costs, including the costs related to the redemption of the Laurus convertible note and costs and professional fees related to the re-statement of our financial statements.
What is expected of him is a re-statement of what he and his Government are all about.