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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of restart.

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Examples

  • When the title restarted it was still exactly the same, there was no major revamp, with DC looking to give the creative team a new #1 and a name change to satisfy that strange urge to shorten titles that DC had a few years ago.

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  • You would restarted from the save point, and never gotten here.

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  • Power and telephone lines were torn down but flights to the international airport restarted from the Portuguese mainland, 900km to the northeast.

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  • Power and telephone lines were torn down but flights to the international airport restarted from the Portuguese mainland, 900 kilometres to the northeast.

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  • Power and telephone lines were torn down but flights to the international airport restarted from the Portuguese mainland, 900 kilometres (560 miles) to the northeast.

    The Times of India

  • Flights to Madeira have restarted from the Portuguese mainland, 900 kilometres (560 miles) to the northeast, and authorities were working to restore power, telephone and water supply lines.

    Raw Story

  • Restarting the cluster will hopefully recognize the added service but for that all services in Production will need to be restarted which is not possible at the moment.

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  • In some cases I believe that if an appeal is deemed to be wasting the Courts 'time the time spent in custody to that point can be ignored and the sentence "restarted".

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  • Nevertheless, it is a grim accomplishment for the Obama administration, and the article mentions another: it has "restarted" a

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  • The second school, where I worked as a part-time tutor last year, was "restarted" after being closed in 2007 for low performance.

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