Definition of Revalidation

1. Noun. The act of revalidating ¹

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Definition of Revalidation

1. validation [n -S] - See also: validation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revalidation

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rev'd
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rev up
revaccinate
revaccinated
revaccinates
revaccinating
revaccination
revaccinations
revalescence
revalidate
revalidated
revalidates
revalidating
revalidation (current term)
revalidations
revalorise
revalorising
revalorization
revalorizations
revalorize
revalorized
revalorizes
revalorizing
revaluable
revaluate
revaluated
revaluates
revaluating

Literary usage of Revalidation

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1. Password Management Guideline: Department of Defense by Sheila L. Brand (1993)
"4.7.5 User ID revalidation The SSO should be responsible for the development of ... It is recommended that this revalidation be done at least once per year. ..."

2. The Mining Laws of the Republic of Colombia: With a Short Explanation of by Charles Bullman (1892)
"It will not be considered an insuperable objection to the revalidation of ... The revalidation having been obtained, the title will be considered to have ..."

3. The Mining Laws of the Republic of Colombia by Colombia, Phanor James Eder (1912)
"When revalidation has been obtained, the title shall have the same force as if it had ... The revalidation of a title can be effected in either of the two ..."

4. DoD's High-Risk Areas: Progress Made Implementing Supply Chain Management by William M. Solis (2007)
"improve the revalidation process. Specifically, the guidance should contain the following controls: • a revalidation checklist detailing procedures ..."

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