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re·wound

 (rē-wound′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of rewind.
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She next rewound the action clock-work, and then Billina advised her to carry the key to Tiktok in her pocket, so it would not get lost again.
So Dorothy rewound his thought machinery, and while he was thinking she decided to eat her dinner.
When it was written, Ursula unwound the gray ball to a considerable depth, pinned the note on it, and rewound the yarn over it.
"SGrewind integrates seamlessly with StreamGuys'SGreportslogging and analytics service toprovidedetails of rewound content within in-depthlistener metrics," the companhy notes.
The ZCAT-3 Zero Tension Loop Rewinder is a new tabletop label rewinder that places no tension whatsoever on a printer while simultaneously yielding a consistent and tightly rewound roll.
Due to a center-surface rewinding technology, low grammage products can be rewound with accurate tension control.
Air entrained during rewinding is spread evenly across the web, preventing pockets from building up in the rewound material.
The ENR winds on a shaft and can handle the new, softer nonwoven products previously unable to be rewound on a purely coreless machine in widths more than 18 inches.
The study's conclusion: Motors that are rewound according to best practices see almost no drop from their original efficiencies.