• (verb): Present participle of reset.

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  • The only difference between the downturn of the 1930s and the current resetting is that this one bids fair to end the current price revolution, which began in 1896, rather than being internal to it, as the decline of the 1930s was.

  • Others credited him with success in resetting the U.S. relationship with Russia, serving as an effective presidential emissary to difficult allies such as Pakistan and India, and holding back military excesses in Afghanistan.

  • My connection would drop at least once a day, resulting in resetting my modem to reconnect.

  • In the story we find out that the real Ba’al has built a time-machine and has attempted in resetting things that ultimately ends in a fouled up time-line where SG-1 and the Stargate program don’t exist.

  • WSJ's Matt Bradley reports Washington is feeling uneasy about Egypt reaching out to Iran in what Cairo calls resetting its diplomatic relationship.

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