1. fix, find, or establish again
    the physicists redetermined Planck's constant
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  • Second, if a Palestinian state is recognized along the 1967 lines in point of fact, nothing more than the 1949 armistice lines, this undermines UN Security Council Resolution 242 and 338 and the Camp David Accords, which call for a negotiated outcome and do not predetermine final boundaries. David Harris: Support Peace: Oppose Palestinian UN Gambit
  • It's not easy to predetermine the cost of producing this article in our factory.
  • The playwright allows a predetermined narrative structure to quash the complexities that make Yamashita's case worthy of dramatization.
  • It does not predetermine the outcome of the immigration decision.
  • In that context, I found phrases like these kind of disconcerting and hard to read: the passions of his bewildered heart … a maelstrom of melancholicaly erupted emotion … causing a bit of the guilt to spatter through his brow … that would never permit his repression, never allow for nothing short of predetermined apocalyptic salvation. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Frank Murdock’s Review Forum
  • It's impossible to say how much a person's behaviour is predetermined by their genes.
  • The monotonous words sounded fake and insincere, as if they were predetermined and he was only reciting the memorized lines in some sort of play.
  • After biogenesis, trichocysts migrate to the plasma membrane and are anchored to predetermined sites.
  • A pyrometric cone is a cone made of a ceramic material that will deform or bend when a predetermined temperature is reached. Chapter 11
  • In my psychic readings, I don't usually see an unchangeable, predetermined event.
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