Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of replay.

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Examples

  • He scans the dizzying bank of screens to select the next shot, and the next, and the next, layering in replays, graphics, and sound, barking his orders via headset to his crew, plugging into a rhythm that echoes the pulse of the game.

    The Hardest Job in Football

  • He scans the dizzying bank of screens to select the next shot, and the next, and the next, layering in replays, graphics, and sound, barking his orders via headset to his crew, plugging into a rhythm that echoes the pulse of the game.

    The Hardest Job in Football

  • He scans the dizzying bank of screens to select the next shot, and the next, and the next, layering in replays, graphics, and sound, barking his orders via headset to his crew, plugging into a rhythm that echoes the pulse of the game.

    The Hardest Job in Football

  • It seems when you sleep the brain replays the days events, establishes relationships with other known facts, and enhances the memory of those events.

    2006 May 19 — Meandering Passage

  • It seems when you sleep the brain replays the days events, establishes relationships with other known facts, and enhances the memory of those events.

    2006 May — Meandering Passage

  • It seems when you sleep the brain replays the days events, establishes relationships with other known facts, and enhances the memory of those events.

    Brain Processing During Sleep — Meandering Passage

  • Now come constant replays from the March hearings.

    USATODAY.com - A lot to wonder, now, about Rafael Palmeiro

  • Jersey, ABC television will debut a system of robotic cameras placed throughout the arena that will provide replays from a myriad of angles.

    USATODAY.com - Redemption for Brodeur and Stevens

  • This reflects the change in the priorities of the big clubs which has so sharply diminished the status of the FA Cup that serious consideration is being given to making it a midweek competition without replays, in other words the League Cup revisited.

    The Guardian World News

  • Marcum charged and pushed the ball with his glove to catcher Lucroy to nail the sliding Albert Pujols, who was called out even though he appeared to beat the tag in replays.

    Cardinals Roll Into the World Series

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