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Synonyms for reversion

a return to a former, usually worse condition

Synonyms for reversion

(law) an interest in an estate that reverts to the grantor (or his heirs) at the end of some period (e

(genetics) a return to a normal phenotype (usually resulting from a second mutation)

a reappearance of an earlier characteristic

returning to a former state

a failure to maintain a higher state

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The PST bench comprising Qazi Afaq Hussain and Syed Nasir Hussain Shah after hearing the detailed arguments advanced by the either side, reinstated the petitioner after one step reversion to lower post of Assistant.
Two separate analyses were undertaken: the first on the incidence of metabolic syndrome in participants who did not have the condition at baseline, and secondly, on reversion of metabolic syndrome in participants who had the condition at baseline.
live in your home for as long as you wish and if you don't sell 100% of your property to the reversion company, then the percentage you own can be You're able to live in your home for as long as you wish and if you don't sell 100% of your property to the reversion company, then the percentage you own can be left as an inheritance.
Primal Groudon possesses the ability to control the weather, primed and improved once Primal Reversion is achieved.
It was found that reversion resistance decreases with vulcanization temperature for both compounds.
Reversion is defined as the loss of crosslink network structures, which occurs during non-oxidative (or anaerobic) thermal aging (ref.
Similarly, mean reversion in stock prices has been explained by trading friction.
However, the United States administered the Diaoyu Islands after the war ended until June 17, 1971, when the United States inked the Okinawa Reversion Treaty with Japan, which illegally handed the power of administration over the islands to Japan.
If so the advice is to purchase the freehold reversion (known as enfranchisement) at your earliest opportunity.
An appeal trial over the disclosure of diplomatic documents on the 1972 Okinawa reversion to Japan from U.
Demands are transmitted via power-by-wire and fly-by wire data bus links, modified automatically as they pass through engine and auto-flight computers, with no manual reversion facilities as there were on the Concorde.
There are two main types of plan, a lifetime mortgage and the reversion plan.
A YOU sell a percentage of your property to a reversion company, in exchange for a cash lump sum or a regular income.
In leased fee valuation of ground leases, conventional appraisal practices often disregard the potential contributory value of improvements in the reversion.
Q WHAT is the difference between a lifetime mortgage and a home reversion scheme?