reset button


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Noun1.reset button - a push button that you press to activate the reset mechanismreset button - a push button that you press to activate the reset mechanism
push button, button, push - an electrical switch operated by pressing; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
reset - device for resetting instruments or controls
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He views the deal as Square "hitting the reset button on an important part of its business model." One of the reasons the company acquired Caviar back in 2014 was to move "beyond payments" and create sources of competitive differentiation, Cantwell points out.
"The player is in Qatar, with the permission of the club, to pass the medical examination." This summer, the Cheetahs have hit a reset button with the appointment of Slavisa Jokanovic.
The trick to this is to know how to press the reset button and get a fresh start.
"Today is an opportunity to press the reset button and show how trade can work for all when trade unions, businesses and civil society work in partnership with government."
"However, for us now we can almost hit the reset button. Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] can do what he wants in the summer and we can all come back and work the way he wants us to work.
I wish there was a behaviour reset button. Something that we could press whenever we saw awful behaviour by our colleagues in politics, media or in general in society and go back in time, just a few seconds before that awful behaviour came on full display.
Every squad has to the hit the reset button and that's where we are ahead of next season," he added.
VETERAN back row Nigel Mukarati believes Stourbridge will 'press the reset button' and rebuild after a turbulent campaign.
Once inside, leave the window open and hold down the reset button at back of your AirPods case.
'I think it will be good to hit the reset button. It's not so much about starting again, it is about getting that rest.
According to the Group Managing Director of Afrinvest, Ike Chioke, 'We see the 2019 general elections as an opportunity to press the reset button and set the country on a path of sustainable growth and prosperity.