reverting


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Synonyms for reverting

a failure to maintain a higher state

tending to return to an earlier state

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Now 8lb higher, Sean Flanagan's mount has rock-solid claims in a competitive contest and is preferred to the Willie Mullins-trained Blixt, winner of her maiden hurdle on this track last time, and top-weight Thanks For Tea, also reverting to hurdling after a seventh to Riviera Sun in the recent Galway Blazers handicap chase.
According to details, Chairman BISE Mipurkhas Barkat Ali Hyderi on Monday had signed the orders of reverting Abdul Hafeez Khan from BS-19 to BS-17, Barkat Qureshi from BS-19 to 17 and Mashkoor Ahmed BS-17 to BS-16 while permanent job status of Kausar Shah, who had been regularized and had received three promotions was changed to daily wages.
The second observation is that the ratio is slowly reverting to the mean, with a September 2016 ratio approaching 0.
Before the end of the year, Manila city employees are bound to get receive 14th month bonuses following the recent passage of an ordinance reverting some P226 million of the city's salary savings for this endeavor.
Resolving this issue rests with reverting back to the Constitution for, Aoun's false contentions disaffect him alone, he concluded.
It's a personal decision and reverting changes them both internally and externally.
A FOUNDER member of Europe's biggest ram sale has called on the UK Government to do more to keep sheep on the hills and prevent them from reverting to wilderness.
Summary: The controversial power to detain terror suspects for 28 days without charge will be allowed to lapse next week, reverting to 14 days.