What does Remigrate mean?
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To which is Prefixed, a Comprehensive Grammar by John Ash
from remigrate) Roving back again. Remigra'tion (J. from remigrate) A remov.il hack again. Remind (v. t.from re, and mind) To put in mind, to force a recollection : with of : oj, " Wben age itfclf jball remind us of our mortality .
by S L Sah
Finally, remigrate the result from step (8) using the updated velocity field from step (6). Zero-offset migration of DMO-corrected common offset data is equivalent to prestack migration of non-zero-offset data. Of course, this equivalence is largely ...
and make them remigrate to their first simplicity. Boyle. REMIGRATION, s. Removal back again.— The Scots, transplanted hither, became acquainted with our customs, which, by occasional remigrations, became diffused in Scotland. Hale.
by Thomas Sheridan
To REMIGRATE, re'-mi-grate. v. n. To remove back again. REMIGRATION, regressing. f. Removal back again. To REMIND, re-ml'nd.
by Robert Morris Pierce
remigrate v. (migrate again) 'zemi-gzet, zi'mai-gzet. remigration я. (action of remigrating; return) zemi'gzee- San, zi-mai'gzee-San. reminiscence n. (remembering; recalling of the past; recollecting) zemi'nisans.
by John Oswald.
Remigrate. Re; migro. Reminiscence. Re; memor. Remise, remiss, remit. Re; mitto. Remnnnt. Re; maneo. Remodel. Re; modus. Remonstrance, remonstrate.
by Samuel Johnson
[from remigrate.] Removal back again. Hale, To REMTOD. v. a. [re and mind.] To put in mind ; to forte to remcir.ber. South. REMINI'ÌCENCE. /. [nmtnisctm, Latin.] Recollection ; recovery of ideas. Hale. REMINISCE'NTIAL. et. [from réminiscence.
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