Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of re-cover.

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Examples

  • Elsewhere it reports: "We noted one or two tabbed slates indicating that the slating nails are now beginning to reach the end of their serviceable life and whilst re-covering the roof is not considered essential, as repairs become more frequent it may prove cost effective to re-cover this roof within the next 10-15 years."

    Has our surveyor duped us over the condition of our roof?

  • You given tea parties another couple of days of news coverage by re-covering, that which you've already covered all in the name of righteous indignation.

    Networks respond to false Fox ad

  • "Going back and re-covering the stuff that's so well-known would be counterproductive."

    Want to see Tiger Woods' return at The Masters live? Good luck

  • I do not think I will be re-covering that pillow made from an old carpet that was partially savaged by mice

    abada abada › things I did and did not do

  • Next to the sink was a pile of folded aluminum foil, stuff that covered leftovers and was washed and became a leftover itself, to be used and reused, covering and re-covering something else.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Next to the sink was a pile of folded aluminum foil, stuff that covered leftovers and was washed and became a leftover itself, to be used and reused, covering and re-covering something else.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • A magnetic heat shield would be lighter and much easier to re-use, eliminating the cost of re-covering the outside of a craft after each entry.

    The Next Generation of Heat Shield: Magnetic | Universe Today

  • There's something of a new movement, readers with an arts background are "re-covering" books with bad covers to make them fit the contents-- a new sort of fannish activity.

    Additional Apologies to Daniel Abraham

  • A well-made mat, which weighs about 30 kilos, requires daily cleaning, frequent airing and re-covering every fifth year.

    Is It Ta-Ta To Tatami?

  • One question, though -- did I miss your complaints about how the press wasn't re-covering all of the Clinton scandals, back when Hillary was still in the race?

    John Edwards admits he lied about Rielle Hunter.

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