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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-START

(c) To re-start the boats not disqualified according to his discretion.

(c) To re-start the qualified boats from the place where the foul was committed.

But now at the re-start, as Berselius stepped forward and took the lead, a hope sprang up in his breast.

The workings have now been abandoned, but many attempts have been made since Roman times to re-start them.

No workman is admitted later than that hour, but must wait till the re-start after breakfast.

They encourage the trades-people to re-start their shops and lend them the necessary initial capital.