“The rain restarts and since the eye of the hurricane is moving away toward the north-west, the circulating wind now blows from the south-west.”
“Unions representing the 95000 teachers who are on holiday have threatened to join the strike when the school term restarts on”
“Peak rates of infections are expected either once term restarts or in a cold December.”
“He called restarts “red tails” and the bird’s scientific name, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, means “red tail red tail,” as if the name must itself quiver.”
“You might argue that such behavior would just antagonize the listener–but that’s the whole point: the call restarts at the beginning, and, as Kristy said, the first part of the call is designed to mislead the listener about who the call is coming from.”
“The restarts are the result of modifications the Alureon rootkit makes to Windows Kernel binaries, which places these systems in an unstable state," Mike Reavey, director of the Microsoft Security Response Center, wrote in a blog post.”
“The only thing I could track to related to the restarts was the usage of Opera browser.”
“Do you feel some kind of, you know, you are the protagonist and this kind of restarts a continuation of what is currently going to be a major franchise, a budding franchise for Disney.”
“That will force a lot of close/replace (called 'restarts' in the SIG grants) and turnaround attempts.”
“Also a look at the "restarts" application is recommended MainMenu-Tools-Application- restarts.”
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