recommission


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recommission

(ˌriːkəˈmɪʃən)
vb (tr)
to commission (something) again
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Key activities performed or commenced enabling successful and sustainable operations include safety and health management system integration and enactment, facilities recommission, full mobile fleet upgrade, site road maintenance, and commencement of the dragline overhaul.
Each store takes about three weeks to recommission, Singh says.
Ray writes and stars in this sitcom about Khan's often fraught life, and while many may be surprised to see it back for a new series - it hasn't always had great reviews - it has grown an army of fans big enough to warrant a recommission.
I recently created an online twitition via Twitter to petition BBC3 to recommission Lip Service for a third series.
Technically, this contract minimally required UD to recommission a total of 45 buildings over a five-year period.
BBC drama production director Nicolas Brown said: "The recommission of Survivors is a real cause for celebration for BBC Drama Production.
Now the EC is to recommission the logo, with instructions it must not use the word bio.
of New York, in a joint venture with Ecopower LLC of Texas, wants to recommission the 19-year-old New Hampshire facility after adding new computerized systems, advanced combustion controls and catalytic reduction systems in order to reduce nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide emissions.
We had to understand our market and be able to recommission the farm in order to make sure everything worked well," he says.
In May the company won a $10 million recommission from ABC for "Wife Swap.
The Angostura announcement comes on the heels of an announcement by the Jamaican government that it will recommission a mothballed 40-million-gallon ethanol plant in Kingston.
Galdriel (Cate Blanchett), fair elfin queen, again materializes to inspire and recommission the young hobbit.