Definitions for "Reversion"
The act of returning, or coming back; return.
That which reverts or returns; residue.
The returning of an estate to the grantor or his heirs, by operation of law, after the grant has terminated; hence, the residue of an estate left in the proprietor or owner thereof, to take effect in possession, by operation of law, after the termination of a limited or less estate carved out of it and conveyed by him.
(r) deterioration of vulcanizate properties that may occur when vulcanization time is extended beyond the optimum.
heat related chemical breakdown of some elastomers, notably Natural Rubber, into shorter chains; this results in a softer, sticky material
(1) A deterioration of physical properties that may occur upon excessive vulcanization of some elastomers, evidenced by a decrease in hardness and tensile strength, and an increase in elongation; (2) A similar change in properties after air aging at elevated temperatures. Natural rubber, butyl, polysulfides and epichlorobydrin polymers exhibit this effect (extreme reversion may result in tackiness). Most other polymers will harden and suffer loss of elongation on hot air aging.
A second mutation that reverses a previous single point mutation.
a return to a normal phenotype (usually resulting from a second mutation)
Any mutation that restores the wild-type phenotype of a mutant.
Unary operation on a multivector which negates those components which would change sign if their vector factors were reversed in order. Hence the reversion of is , but the reversion of xy is -xy.
Keywords:  valuers, expiry, vacant, rental, rent
is the estimated increase in rent at review where the gross rent is below the estimated rental value.
is the increase in rent estimated by the Group’s external valuers, where the passing rent is below the current estimated rental value. The increases to rent arise on rent reviews, letting of vacant space and expiry of rent free periods.
Keywords:  repolymerisation, see
see Repolymerisation
an acne treatment that acts as an exfoliation agent. It uses salicylic acid to open the clogged pore in the sebaceous gland.
An option that allows a retiree who chose a joint-survivor plan of payment to change to a single life annuity if the selected survivor annuitant dies before the retiree.
Urethane sealants lose their original rheological properties over time (i.e., their ability to actually seal joints).
change of an apomorphy to a new character state which resembles the plesiomorphic state.
spread of indigenous scrub across land that is lightly grazed or retired from grazing.
a reappearance of an earlier characteristic
An undesirable change in flavor of a refined oil or fat. It usually refers to the development of a characteristic off flavor in a refined, bleached oil of good initial flavor.
Keywords:  resale, investment, value, time
The value of an investment at the time of its resale
Reversion is the ultimate sale of a building after a multi- year holding period.
A lump sum benefit that an investor receives or expects to receive at the termination of an investment; also called reversionary benefit.
Keywords:  failure, higher, maintain
a failure to maintain a higher state
Keywords:  turning, opposite, direction
turning in the opposite direction