restarter


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restarter

(ˌriːˈstɑːtə)
n
something or someone which restarts
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The Aurat March 2019 was a much needed conversation restarter in that ambit, as disparate groups from all walks of life cutting across boundaries of class, caste and creed, gathered together in displays of solidarity and collective resistance, in the main urban centers of Pakistan.
A range of clinical experiences and studies suggest Nexodyn AcidOxidizing Solution to perform as a Wound healing Restarter by creating the ideal microenvironment to sustain the physiological healing process.
But if the adulation he walked out to on Thursday is any indication, Dutt is starting life with a clean slate and as a rust-proof restarter --Baba 2.0, if you please.
A fair number have been restarter kits and re-restarters, as other researchers struggled to get bedbug husbandry right.
Now Amoruso will definitely miss Wednesday's league restarter but boss Alex McLeish warned he could be sidelined for even longer.
Women restarters can opt for reskilling as it will not enhance their skills but will make them industry ready as well.
Common barriers, interrupters and restarters in the learning projects of self-directed adult learners.
The Restarters would cede the goal of dramatically expanded coverage to the left.
FIRE chiefs are cracking down on deliberate restarters.
We examine the association between pill restarters' main reason for prior discontinuation and their experiences on the pill, feelings about the method as they resume use and early experiences on it once they restart.
Boston Consulting Group (2002), 'Setting the Phoenix Free- A Report on Entrepreneurial Restarters, Munich, Germany.
As a result, first use should be interpreted as a mix of treatment naive patients and treatment restarters.