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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rekey.

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Examples

  • For example, one auto company missed a computer update and lost all vehicle orders when the clock rolled over - thousands of orders had to be manually rekeyed.

    The End-of-the-World Survival Kit

  • At this time the manuscript was given to the typesetter – who apparently then rekeyed the entire thing in from scratch.

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  • For example, one auto company missed a computer update and lost all vehicle orders when the clock rolled over - thousands of orders had to be manually rekeyed.

    The End-of-the-World Survival Kit

  • Thay rekeyed my Room to open only frum outside. then thay skwirted asetone on the Tangulfome -- a smell I liked, until recently, sort ov like Bananas.

    Who Do You Say I Am

  • MAUCK: I came home to pick up something and there was a note on my door from the Brenauk (ph) Team of Keller Williams (ph) stating that they accidentally rekeyed the wrong door.

    CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2009

  • ME: "Yes, I'm calling to see if you can come out to have my locks rekeyed?"

    Seven Hundred Men Died On The Beaches Of Dune

  • In the end, when all was said and done, one lock was rebuilt, four locks were rekeyed, and I did actually feel safer.

    A housecall from the locksmith « knitnut.net

  • An even better call, “you rekeyed my locks a year ago, and a few days after you left, one stopped working, I just never got around to calling back, please come fix it for free.”

    A housecall from the locksmith « knitnut.net

  • Then I picked up the magazine, turned and ran across the yard, opened the door, rekeyed the alarm, and kicked off my boots.

    Goodnight Nobody

  • Then I picked up the magazine, turned and ran across the yard, opened the door, rekeyed the alarm, and kicked off my boots.

    Goodnight Nobody

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