respot

respot

(ˌriːˈspɒt)
vb (tr) , -spots, -spotting or -spotted
(Billiards & Snooker) (in billiards, snooker, or pool) to replace (a ball) on one of the spots
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The Blue Bell'sWillie Lauder received the same plaudits from his colleagues after winning the last frame to claim both points, the opportunity arising only because teammate Richard Andrew survived a black ball respot against Annan Ex's George Robertson.
"I was relaxed on the respot because I was thinking I wasn't expecting to win after having no practice.
Murphy said: "I really hope they go 13-12 on a respot until two in the morning and one of them can't stand up tomorrow."
As a result, our LSE gave the signal to lift in order to respot on the flight deck despite my signal for chocks.
From 4-2 and 35-0 behind, O'Sullivan conjured an exquisite 89 break and followed it with a rapid 105 in which referee Leo Scullion was almost chasing him around the table to respot the colours.
FA-18C: Port stabilizer was damaged after aircraft respot.
75), "It should thus be apparent that if the rearming operation was reversed at this point--at 0745--it would not have taken much time to restore the torpedoes on half the planes from which they had been removed and respot all the planes on the flight decks of the two carriers, perhaps only about thirty minutes." In light of the need for forty minutes just to respot the strike, not to mention the time needed to rearm, this gives a grossly optimistic impression of Nagumo's chances of launching a strike before Tomonaga's returning force would begin to occupy the flight decks at 0837.
Attleboro Libs B edged out Atack D 3-1 despite veteran Alan Raymond taking the opener on a respot black which he sent spinning around the table in a successful `cocked hat' shot that saw the black disappear into the centre pocket.
Blinker was forced to respot an incorrectly positioned corner and at the second attempt it was met by Viduka who crashed in a powerful header.
After losing on a black, Locharbriggs D's David Fuller was called back for the last frame to clinch a draw with a black ball respot after newcomer Andy Kelly won the third to give his captain the chance.
Ely reportedly directed a crewman to "Let me know when the plane is respotted and ready for takeoff," thus originating the phrase, "respot the deck."
Launch, recover, respot, and do it all again, that was our schedule.