replate

replate

(riːˈpleɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to put new plating on
2. printing to make a new stereotype or electrotype from (type or another plate)
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Mirco Demuro, rider of runner-up Duramente, said: "It was very unfortunate that he ripped a shoe off before the race and then they could not replate him.
If the existence of a federal system on balance pushes in the direction of deregulation by leaving social welfare matters in the hands of states, which will be less able and willing to replate than the federal government, and we believe that private ordering better serves social welfare goals, then federalism serves popular ends, but for reasons different than the ones I have just described.
Stepping out, he sees a world replate with lush grass, flowing water and (here comes the catch) monsters that seem right out of some medieval Transformers film.
Moore held the same post for the Oxford Times, a replate to several pages.
However, the UAE has the opportunity to create new infrastructure whereas the UK has to replate its infrastructure while simultaneously keeping it going, which is a completely different challenge.
Using RFMW as an example, customer demand for small lot sizes of RF and Microwave DIE based products led to the development of an on-site clean room where specially trained technicians replate DIE.
As an added benefit, Engis can further reduce your costs by reusing your wheel blanks with our strip and replate service.
When plate sleeves are used, the sleeve thickness is varied to allow for the changes in print replate.
Even if we could replate it, mother wouldn't let it out of her sight long enough.
First, the replate happened between first and second editions, after I realized (stupid me) that the nice pic I had chosen of Gore was from a Sunday event.
You cannot even replate it out and thereby hope to reduce your damages.