redrive

redrive

(riːˈdraɪv)
vb (tr)
to drive again
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knowledge which then can turn around and redrive innovation and
If it's still stubborn, back it out and redrive it a few times.
If the screws no longer bite, you may have to glue wood plugs in the holes and redrive the screws.
Driveitaway's Remarketplace software is the power behind LeasePlan USA's exclusive reDrive program, which will remarket thousands of vehicles in 2004.
Because the Pilot's Channel Redrive feature eliminates the need for the Input/Output Processor (IOP) to redrive I/O's, Hitachi Data Systems' customers have experienced much higher I/O rates in TPF environments.
The impressive results of the Millennium Global Servers were achieved without the benefit of the IBM Channel Redrive feature sometimes used in TPF environments to increase I/O rates.
Issues of right-of-way and placement of redrive directors make ESCON, as designed today, impossible to use in many situations.