Redux

Redux: See: Dexfenfluramine.
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Redux

Redux is an adjective, meaning `brought back` or `resurgent`. It may also refer to: ...
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Redux

[adhesive] Redux is the generic name of a family of phenol–formaldehyde/polyvinyl–formal adhesives developed by Aero Research Limited (ARL) at Duxford, UK, in the 1940s, subsequently produced by Ciba (ARL). The brand name is now also used for a range of epoxy and bismaleimide adhesives manufactured by Hexcel. The name is a contraction o...
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Redux

[literary term] Redux is a post-positive adjective meaning `brought back, restored` (from Latin reducere, `to bring back`) used in literature, film and video game titles. Works of literature using the word in the title include John Dryden`s Astraea Redux (1662), `a poem on the happy restoration and return of His Sacred Majesty`; Anthony Tro...
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