refix

refix

(riːˈfɪks)
vb (tr)
to fix or establish again
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Instinctively they all looked towards the tower of Castra Regis, and saw that the workmen had refixed the kite, which had risen again and was beginning to float out to its former station.
But he patiently fixed and refixed it until it was exactly right and lay precisely in the middle of the black carpet.
She begins the day by the fireside with the New Testament in her hands, an old volume with its loose pages beautifully refixed, and its covers sewn and resewn by her, so that you would say it can never fall to pieces.
IT was all cries and wailing as the only son of a family in Uruoji village, Ogidi, (names withheld) and one other person, (name withheld) in Idemili North Local Government Area of State, were on Sunday electrocuted while trying to refix fallen Television, TV, antenna pole in a public club centre.
The Commissioner directed to refix hanging electric wires immediately from some places along the route.
I have removed and cleaned the tiles, ready for fresh plaster before I refix the tiles.
KARACHI -- Sindh Minister for Excise and Taxation, Gyanchand Asrani has ordered the officials to conduct a technical survey to refix the motor vehicles tax rates, in which the taxes should be fixed according to the power of the engine of imported and locally assembled vehicles.
However, magistrates were yesterday asked to refix the trial to another date as a witness was unavailable.
Ian Whiteley, defending, asked magistrates to refix the trial date.
The last-minute postponement 10 days calls by French clubs to refix match next season -after the 14 campaign had been completed.
Derry have the right to go to the High Court if the arbitrators decide to refix the Bohs-Shels game.
JOE Kernan has welcomed the GAA's decision to refix Armagh's Allianz league semi-final against Mayo for Croke Park this Sunday (3.30).