respread

respread

(ˌriːˈsprɛd)
vb (tr)
to spread again
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Tenders are invited for major items of work: topsoil stripping, stockpiling, respread, and fine grade.
His first chapter is titled "The Invention of Money," but the Frisian traders who are its protagonists did no such thing; instead, they respread coinage around the North Sea after its temporary decline with the end of the Roman Empire.
Results of North Dakota-based reclamation experiments, particularly in terms of production responses to respread soil depth over mine spoils [1], have been applied to state reclamation requirements [7].
At first we thought that reversing the sequence to fold the three blades and then respread them might initiate the process on the fourth blade.
This has to be removed and respread after each storm event.
It was anticipated also, that topsoil, stockpiled during Phase 2 disturbances, would be uniformly respread to a depth of 15 cm during reclamation operations.
Paving edges provide elevation guidelines for lawns and planting beds, allowing topsoil to be respread over the site.
Strip topsoil (remove and save topsoil) so that it can be respread (brought back later in the project and placed in areas where it will benefit plants.
A common farming practice in the Pukekohe area, as a response to erosion, is to periodically respread soil from the lower to the upper part of fields using earthmoving machinery.
"After that it should, whenever possible, be salvaged and respread where needed in a single process."
The rounded cells exhibit active blebbing for short time intervals, but within 4-5 h they have respread into their normal shapes and have reestablished their cell-substrate contacts.
In the first case, scarify and add and work in enough aggregate to make a properly proportioned mix; if there is excess moisture in the mix (more than 1-1/2 percent will usually cause trouble), scarify and allow to dry out, then respread and compact.