from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense and past participle of re-lay.

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of re-lay.


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  • The stats, a resumes, a weakness as well as strengths have been laid out, as well as re-laid, as well as laid out nonetheless again for a past couple of weeks.

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  • Venugopal Reddy Yekollu holding a cane, inspected the recently re-laid Jolarepet-Bangalore railway track with his brother Rajagopal, circa 1930.

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  • But race organisers re-laid the track saturdaynight and did an excellent job with preserving the tarmac for the race distance.

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  • "Everyone we've spoken to in domestic cricket this year has said it (the WACA pitch) has been very fast and very bouncy ... the re-laid wickets I mean," Ponting said.

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  • I just learned, there's a whole ceremony is being re-laid through a PA system to the guests that are watching below.

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  • At the same briefing, city Speaker Dirk Smit said he had re-laid a criminal complaint against controversial councillor Badhi Chaaban.

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  • The paving stones outside the building are being ripped up and re-laid.

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  • Finally, the pipe trench repairs -- areas of disturbed paving re-laid with some re-used material -- were visible along the entire length of the street on each side.

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  • As was the case during last years, the western and eastern edges of the road pavement were apparently re-laid in late Roman times, presumably to repair old or install new water pipes.

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  • Carefully Nogusta cleaned it out, then re-laid the fire.

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