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  • verb Present participle of regrind.

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Examples

  • Other coloring materials were prepared in approximately the same way: mixing the coloring source with a fondant and perhaps other ingredients to improve its qualities, followed by multiple melting, cooling and regrinding steps, until the coloring material was determined to be good enough for use.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • After a month of drying and regrinding, the mercury was removed from the amalgamation of mercury, silver, and gold, and the refined silver and gold was ready for the market.

    Effect of the Union en Caule Company on Puerto Vallarta

  • When grinding is necessary, it should be limited to a short period, after which a classification can be performed with subsequent regrinding of the over-sized grains.

    Chapter 20

  • In any event, the nature of the middlings must be determined prior to any successive processing to prevent any unnecessary expensive regrinding of already-liberated material and resulting reduced recovery due to the increased proportion of fines.

    Chapter 20

  • A regrinding of the middlings from the coarse-material sorting considerably reduces the feed quantity for the grinding process.

    Chapter 20

  • With series, a smaller one may be taken in order to avoid frequent regrinding and setting-up.

    4. Preparation of the work on the regular engine lathe

  • Generally, the hammers need to be resharpened each week while the plates require regrinding every three to four weeks.

    Chapter 7

  • Thus, they may be used for an extended period of time before sharpening, regrinding, dressing or replacement is necessary.

    Chapter 7

  • The ND30 has double the capacity of the ND20, and is fitted with a special overhead screen which allows oversize meal particles to fall back into the mill for regrinding.

    Chapter 7

  • The violet disk of the sun touched the water, then became minutely flattened on the bottom, like a locomotive wheel in need of regrinding.

    Kahawa

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