refix

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refix

(riːˈfɪks)
vb (tr)
to fix or establish again
References in classic literature ?
Alexander I was as necessary for the movement of the peoples from east to west and for the refixing of national frontiers as Kutuzov had been for the salvation and glory of Russia.
The dead only son who owned the club centre was said to be refixing the fallen pole in preparation for the European league football match fixture billed for yesterday so as not to disappoint his customers who would come to watch the match live on payment of a certain amount of money.
Refixing of the refurbished stone started last month and was completed last week.
But it''s more than just an awkward-gap filler - it can also be used to plug holes that you need to reuse for refixing curtain poles and shelves, etc.
IRELAND'S normally guarded boss hit out at Six Nations chiefs last night for refixing the clash with France on a Sunday.
Leinster SHC quarter-final between Dublin and Offaly are defensive players on both sides, while the refixing of the game for Croke Park is another point in favour of a highscoring tie.
but he vows to get on with it IRELAND'S normally guarded boss hit out at Six Nations chiefs last night for refixing the clash with France on a Sunday.
KILKENNY county board Chairman Ned Quinn has praised the GAA for refixing the All Ireland hurling quarter final clash with Galway following the death of goalkeeper James McGarry's wife Vanessa.