rework

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1. Correcting of defective, failed, or non-conforming item, during or after inspection. Rework includes all follow-on efforts such as disassembly, repair, replacement, reassembly, etc.
2. Actual or standard cost of correcting defective work.

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My son wrote a very lengthy essay for his high school Economics class, but was somewhat disappointed when the teacher returned it to him with the request to rework the paper.
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There was the determination that a rework was necessary as the product was not up to acceptable standards for us.
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We had to rework the scene until we had a good feel for how everything would run and how the performances were going to come together.
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