v. t.1.To pace again; to walk over again in a contrary direction.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(3.) Ruprecht AA, De Marco C, Saffari A, Pozzi P, Mazza R, Veronese C, Angellotti G, Munarini E, Ogliari AC, Westerdahl D, Hasheminassab S, Shafer MM, Schauer JJ, Repace J, Sioutas C, Boffi R.
Now friends have launched an appeal to help the family through the ordeal of a funeral and to try to repace clothing, toys and other possessions lost in the blaze.
(14.) Repace J, Zhang B, Bondy SJ, Benowitz N, Ferrence R.Air quality, mortality, and economic benefits of a smoke-free workplace law for non-smoking Ontario bar workers.
Repace, Benefits of Smoke-Free Regulations in Outdoor Settings: Beaches, Golf Courses, Parks, Patios, and in Motor Vehicles, 34 Wm.
"If you can smell it, it's obviously there," said James Repace, a scientist-consultant who's done some of the outdoor studies.
Recently, some countries have extended smoking bans to some outdoor locations (Globalsmokefree Partnership 2009; Repace 2008), particularly health care centers and settings where children are present (Globalsmokefree Partnership 2009).
Studies assessing the impact of clean air acts in Delaware and Boston have demonstrated that they can significantly reduce PM25 concentrations (Repace, 2004; Repace, 2006).
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Baker, E, Ainsworth, S., Dye, J., Crammer, C., Thun, M.J., Hoffman, D., Repace, J.L.
On inspection much of this reporting concludes negatively on the performance of ventilation systems (Mulcahy, Repace 2000; Carrington et al.