Noun(1) the reigning king (used following a name or in the titles of lawsuits, e.g., Rex v. Jones : the Crown versus Jones).(2) a cat, rabbit, or guinea pig of a breed with very fine short fur.
(1) This, the company's Peter Bondar tells us, involves a complete rewrite rather than minor adjustments.(2) At last Stephen Berkoff, the enfant terrible of Fringe theatre, has gone for the big one: a rewrite of the New Testament.(3) The coordinating committee at that time predicted that the next revision would be a rewrite in 1997-8, so a new version is overdue.(4) As you can see, this chapter was a MAJOR rewrite .(5) It is the major part of the bill, and if anybody says that the old Act is being thrown out and that the 358-page bill now being brought in is a complete rewrite of the legislation, he or she is incorrect.(6) It's a rewrite but the sensibility is all present and correct.(7) The second edition is not simply an update, but a competent rewrite of most chapters, with a few exceptional chapters remaining largely unchanged.(8) It is 500 pages and is a rewrite of the 1989 Public Finance Act.(9) Fans of the Adam and Joe Show will recall a warped rewrite of The Royle Family using Star Wars figures.(10) Necropolis Awakened needed a rewrite and a recasting to work as something special.(11) The manual could use a through rewrite , reorganization, and editing to make the English understandable, but who reads the manual anyway?(12) The first draft will take three or four months, the rewrite will take four or five.(13) But the point that we made earlier is that this bill is actually a rewrite , because we had Supplementary Order Paper 107 lodged yesterday at the eleventh hour.(14) Won't say anything more about future updates because I'm afraid I'll jinx the rewrite .(15) He says he expects popular demand to force a rewrite .(16) This Seventh Edition represents a complete rewrite of the previous edition culled from suggestions made by students and colleagues in academia and industry.