re-laid

re-laid

 (rē-lād′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of re-lay.

re-laid

(riˈleɪd)

v.
pt. and pp. of re-lay.
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DIY expert Donny Sheridan answers your problems QWE recently re-laid our driveway with grey concrete slabs and small stones but now the majority of the slabs have white circles in the middle.
Morris confirmed that pitch nine, the surface that led to points deductions in consecutive seasons for Glamorgan, will no longer be used until it has been re-laid.
0) LIVE ON ATTHERACES DRAW: Too limited data to discern bias since track was re-laid, but low to middle likely to be favoured over the round course TRICAST: 1.
Mobil 1 (pick-up and re-laid over), ice rink (ice surface directly) may be disposed of ice cover (1800 mA)
au, South Africa was aware that one of the eight Port Elizabeth pitches had been re-laid with a different soil and thus was more abrasive than the other seven strips, adding that it is possible that the hosts' bowlers deliberately threw the ball into that specific pitch in order to accelerate the reverse swing process.
Since then, the pavement has not been re-laid," they added.
The milled material is then mixed with an asphalt cement and re-laid over the milled road, a process that has been in use for around 30 years elsewhere.
TRAINS will start running along a newly re-laid stretch of the Llangollen Railway later this month.
I have seen the wicket is not spinning as much as it used to because it has all been re-laid and there seems to be more pace in it," he said.
Tigers co-promoter Alan Dick said: "This is the first fixture on our re-laid surface so the new track record will be set at the meeting - that gives it an extra edge.
Almost 400 yards of track and approximately 130m3 of concrete will be ripped up, re-poured and re-laid.
And the problems in the main ring were because the turf was re-laid after the 2007 mud-bath and had no time to bed in properly.