reapplication

reapplication

(ˌriːæplɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
1. an act or the process of reapplying a substance
2. an act or the process of reapplying for a job, grant, permit, etc
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Pat Smullen barely had to move on the filly and the reapplication of the blinkers appeared to help.
This means many more releases before reapplication, according to the company.
Mick Quinn is back in the training ranks today after the Jockey Club rubber-stamped his reapplication for a licence.
Contract award: The Provision of The Inspection and Reapplication of Vehicle Ant-Corrosion Under-Treatment.
His two wins were far from impressive, and the reapplication of blinkers do nothing to instill confidence.
Molds prepared with Xtend 875 are said to release parts cleanly and easily on the first demolding, and continue to release additional parts without requiring reapplication.
Contract notice: The Provision of The Inspection and Reapplication of Vehicle Ant-Corrosion Under-Treatment.
When the eight-year-old was pulled up in last week's Racing Post Chase, you could have named your price for yesterday's feature race at Newbury (a high of 44 on the exchanges was on the miserly side, if you ask me), the 2m4f handicap chase, but the reapplication of blinkers, a drop in trip and a fearlessly aggressive ride from Nick Scholfield saw the horse foil a big gamble on The Package and return to the winner's enclosure for the first time since February 2007.
Fired up by reapplication of blinkers, rattling up a quickfire course-and-distance hat-trick after Christmas.