re-engrave

re-engrave

(ˌriːɪnˈɡreɪv)
vb (tr)
(Crafts) to engrave again
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8226; Programmable defaults and re-engrave from any position in the job
Tides (Middlesbrough) Low tide High tide Low tide Today 10:23 04:20 22:50 Tomorrow 10:54 04:53 23:22 Around Britain degC Today Birmingham cloudy 9 Cardiff showers 10 Edinburgh drizzle 7 Liverpool cloudy 8 London showers 10 Around Europe degC Today Amsterdam rain 10 Malaga showers 14 Palma fair 16 Prague rain 4 Rome cloudy 16 The Green Howards Association has been working closely with the Dresser family on a project to refurbish and re-engrave the gravestone to acknowledge his great achievement.
At Tyne Cot, the CWGC's largest site war cemetery, near the Belgian town of Ypres, work has included reengraving 7,800 headstones, as well as a five-year project to re-engrave the cemetery's memorial panels which bear the names of 35,000 dead soldiers.
The decision not to re-engrave this repertoire certainly meant substantial financial saving, and especially since editor Mullemann explains in the prefaces of both volumes that these editions are revisions of Zimmermann's earlier work, rather than wholly new conceptions, this decision makes sense.