reservice

reservice

(riːˈsɜːvɪs)
n
(Cookery) the act of reserving food that has been served previously
vb (tr)
(Automotive Engineering) to service (a car etc) again
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Teaching diversity to reservice teachers: Encouraging self-reflection and awareness to develop successful teaching practices, Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 9, 171-185.
Models Special features Authors Methodology M/M/1 Bach service, Kalyanaraman Probability vacation, and and Murugan generating additional [155] Murugan function phase of and optional Kalyanaraman service [156], Sharma [157] M/G/1 Quorum, bulk Tadj and Ke Probability arrival, [158] generating optional function, reservice supplementary variable Threshold Haridass and Probability policy, bulk Arumuganathan generating service, and [159] function second optional service [M.sup.X] Bulk arrival, Ke [160] Probability /G/1 startup, j generating additional function, optional Supplementary service server variable breakdown, retrial, batch arrival, Bernoulli Choudhury and admission Deka [161] mechanism, and two-phase of service Retrial queue, Jain et al.
"People may find trains when cleaning out their attics and sell them to us, and we reservice them and sell them," he says.
For example, San Diego's violation of "returned and reservice of food" (272) matched New York's violation of "unprotected food re-served." (273) Other instances, however, required more detailed parsing of the materials.
I referred to the troubleshooting MIMs because I suspected it said to make sure servicing was correct and, if necessary, to reservice it.
In 2019, pellet output was 10.5 million.Interim cashflow has been strong, Ferrexpo said, due to a 29% rise in pellet prices during the first half, while it has also reduced net debt.Gold miner Acacia Mining, meanwhile, reported "significant" increases in mineral reservices at its Gokona mine in Tanzania.Mineral reserves as at the end of May increased by 13% to 1.3 million ounces of gold.
The scheme, which contributes up to 30 per cent of project costs, is intended to unlock the potential of coal reservices that might otherwise remain unworked.