retighten

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retighten

(ˌriːˈtaɪtən)
vb (tr)
to tighten again
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If they have, also check to make sure the magazine box isn't pressing on the bottom of the action with the screws retightened.
When she is back in Blighty she need only have these retightened and she'll be back to having luscious sun-kissed locks again.
The trunnion mount has two knurled knobs that can be loosened, allowing the LED light to be adjusted and then retightened to lock the light into any desired position once mounted.
This is a major clini- cal problem for the practitioner in cases where the esthetic ceramic covering of the crown or bridge fractures is compromised, the abutment or bridge requires an addition due to the further loss of natural dentition, or the implant reten- tion screw suffers loosening that simply needs to be retightened.
Once that setting has been accomplished and the Allen screws retightened the barrel bands and Allen screws need to be hit with Loctite 290 Wicking Grade to "weld" everything in place.
Fittings can be loosened and retightened, and when tubing needs replacing, replacement ferrules are available, reducing maintenance costs.
No nut needs to be retightened on the swivel section.
Typically, a series of bolts are loosened, the blades are rotated in the hub to the desired pitch, and the bolts are retightened.
Additionally, "operator-adjustable components" may be retightened, readjusted, or refitted at 25 percent intervals throughout the durability tests.
These SMA wires don't need to be retightened as often as they can contract as the teeth move unlike conventional stainless steel wires.
HE WAS a big lean copper spring, tightened and retightened through weeks of training until he was one pregnant package of coiled venom.
After there perfusion period, the snare was retightened around the left anterior descending coronary artery in 6 hearts of each group,and100 ?