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Synonyms for reset

device for resetting instruments or controls

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set to zero

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adjust again after an initial failure

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Extensive testing showed that the most significant control parameter that could relate the heating or cooling load to screw speed was the reset value.
At today's salaries, store resets average out to as much as $2 million to $3 million for each manufacturer annually.
Keep your devices connected with a Reset Plug monitoring your WiFi.
Although Rate Reset does not eliminate mortgage loans, Psillas said it eliminates a significant portion of the cost of housing finance.
If you are a Depot involved in the RESET program and have questions, contact Richard Foster.
They added that their work also supported the conclusion that people were not qualitatively different from other mammals in having their circadian rhythm reset by low levels of light.
Currently, yields on floating-rate issues with quarterly or semiannual resets are 50 to 70 basis points above money-market levels, a handsome payoff indeed.
The RESET code for replacement weapons should be used only by units who have returned from deployment in Southwest Asia.
The reset rate on the Notes will be equal to the sum of (i) the yield on the benchmark U.
Seems to me that a red indicator would reset itself when the generator is shut off.
Millions Stretched Themselves Financially, Face Painful Adjustment as Payments on Adjustable-Rate Mortgages Reset
The RESET program rebuilds and restores the MKT, transforming it to a like-new condition.
BAE Systems has received two contracts supporting the reset of Bradley Combat Systems, totaling $412 million, from the U.
These small, low-power microprocessor reset circuits require no external components and consume only 2.