resoak

resoak

(riːˈsəʊk)
vb (tr)
to soak again
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Resoak the rags daily, and pack crumpled newspaper in the entrance to hold in the fumes.
If the water becomes colored, rinse and resoak the ribbon until the water stays clear.
Resoak stubborn areas of paper and leave them for a few minutes before stripping.
(If assembly takes more than a few hours and husks dry out, briefly resoak.)
Since oysters are usually resoaked (in the spring wild oysters are relayed for 14 to 21 days before processing) in the water before processing, it is not possible to treat effluent from this process, which makes it difficult to reduce the risk associated with processors.
No perceptible deviation between the results for green redwood and for resoaked redwood was also observed.
Finally, copolymer nanoporous membranes were soaked in water at room temperature for an hour and doped with 1 M sulfuric acid solution for 2 h then resoaked in water for overnight.