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respring

(ˌriːˈsprɪŋ)
vb (tr) , -springs, -springing, -sprang, -sprung or -sprung
to put new springs in (something), for example, a mattress)
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Along the way, he experiences the essential existential confrontation with his own death and the nothingness that is the condition of bulb existence, "the structureless pool from which all glass forms spring and respring" (Pynchon 1973, 651).
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