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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of restock.

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Examples

  • English Ero Manga In Stock Then from Icarus Comics we have some excellent titles restocked, including Aqua Plus, Taboo, Milk Mama and Heat: Ring of Destiny.

    Anime Nano!

  • English Ero Manga In Stock Then from Icarus Comics we have some excellent titles restocked, including Aqua Plus, Taboo, Milk Mama and Heat: Ring of Destiny.

    Anime Nano!

  • I've already restocked with the coupons they've given me.

    Marissa Campise: HuffPost 'Total Energy Makeover' UPDATE: Smart Living Tips for the Home

  • For example: a security breach, or when items need to be restocked or an accident has occurred.

    Talking Shop

  • I've already restocked with the coupons they've given me.

    Marissa Campise: HuffPost 'Total Energy Makeover' UPDATE: Smart Living Tips for the Home

  • All staff, from Stilwell to the summer interns who answered phones and restocked supply shelves, were assembled and scattered among the desks in the largest space in the headquarters, where partitions had been removed to give them an unobstructed view of their candidate.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • And U.S. wholesale inventories rose 1% to $473.17 billion in December from the prior month, more than the expected 0.5% increase, a signal businesses restocked at the end of last year to meet rising demand.

    Stocks Close Higher Again

  • For example: a security breach, or when items need to be restocked or an accident has occurred.

    Talking Shop

  • Companies restocked late in the year as demand picked up and fears of a second recession dissipated.

    Job-Market Bellwether Strengthens

  • Second, Chinese inventories of copper were restocked during the second half of 2010, according to Deutsche Bank estimates.

    Dr. Copper's Summer Cold

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