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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of replay.

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Examples

  • Jimmy Carter will be proud to see his term replayed in detail.

    Intellectual Conservative Politics and Philosophy

  • Banquo approaches Macbeth directly on top of the table allowing his shocked response to conclude Act I. Act II opens again at the beginning of the banquet scene, but this time it is replayed from the point of view of the dinner guests, now with Macbeth suddenly responding to an unseen specter.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Banquo approaches Macbeth directly on top of the table allowing his shocked response to conclude Act I. Act II opens again at the beginning of the banquet scene, but this time it is replayed from the point of view of the dinner guests, now with Macbeth suddenly responding to an unseen specter.

    Sunday, Bloody Sunday

  • The game will have to be replayed from the start if it has playoff ramifications.

    USATODAY.com - National League West

  • In another call replayed yesterday, Rajaratnam and his brother Rengan are heard discussing whether another McKinsey employee might become a source of inside tips.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Most tellingly, nearly half of those polled said the match against Ireland should have been replayed - in other words, they would have preferred that France run the risk of not qualifying for the World Cup than win in the way that it did.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Most tellingly, nearly half of those polled said the match against Ireland should have been replayed - in other words, they would have preferred that France run the risk of not qualifying for the World Cup than win in the way that it did.

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  • Most tellingly, nearly half of those polled said the match against Ireland should have been replayed - in other words, they would have preferred that France run the risk of not qualifying for the World Cup than win in the way that it did.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • Louisville Metro Police Officer Darrell Hyche broke down Thursday as he listened to his panicked radio call replayed for jurors in Jefferson Circuit Court at the trial for

    Fort Mill Times | FortMillTime.com - HOMEPAGE

  • Louisville Metro Police Officer Darrell Hyche broke down Thursday as he listened to his panicked radio call replayed for jurors in Jefferson Circuit Court at the trial for

    Fort Mill Times | FortMillTime.com - HOMEPAGE

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