relink

relink

(riːˈlɪŋk)
vb (tr)
to link or connect again
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Further, it is also working on a way to unlink a console from one Fortnite account and relink it to another.
For several years following the storm, the isolated structures remained as features on Skegness beach whilst plans to repair and relink the parts of the pier were considered.
We propose here the more economical approach of chain extension in which a chemical--a chain extender--is added in very small quantities (~1%) to the recycled polymer pellets to relink the broken chains while the mix is being extruded.
When [alpha] was found to be often low with high agreement, Krippendorff (2011a, 2013) redefined reliability to delink it from agreement and relink it with information.
While there is no magic medication to either stop this or relink cells, some people seem to have more immunity than others as to how long it takes the disease to affect them.
The train journey is part of China's One Belt, One Road development policy to relink itself with Europe and the Mediterranean by land and sea through Central Asia and the Middle East.
Stock discussed the current conditions and focused on the internal situation, including the political rift, the need for reconciliation and a Palestinian government of national unity, and the necessary steps required to end the illegal and cruel siege of Gaza, to deliver the promised funding for the reconstruction of Gaza, and to relink Gaza to the West Bank.
A design statement prepared by Irish architecture practice Consarc said: "The Eastside agenda seeks to redevelop, reinvigorate and relink to the city centre what has until recently been seen as a rundown and neglected area.
Yes, the Federal Reserve Banks were legislated into existence when our currency was defined in terms of gold, but World War I abruptly ended that linkage, and subsequent attempts to relink to gold all failed.
The young people in that community who had best survived and could withstand the ongoing effects of colonisation were those who had benefited from programs set up by the Cree Nation to relink them to their traditional cultural practice, to support the maintenance of their language fluency, and, even though it was seasonal not permanent, to have them experience life in a traditional cultural community.