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

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Examples

  • Lending many hands, employees planted a vegetable garden, mulched, restriped and painted a basketball court so it also can be used for other court games, painted murals on canvases, refinished an outdoor wooden patio set and presented a financial workshop.

    New Jersey Real-Time News

  • The lot also would be reconfigured and restriped to maximize the number of spaces, said

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles

  • I-44 was restriped in 2007 between I-270 and I-55 to provide an extra lane as a detour for the I-64 project.

    KSDK.com NBC-St. Louis Education

  • The courts, used by the school district for spring and fall tennis as well as by the community at large, need to be sealed, resurfaced and restriped.

    Mount Vernon News

  • Also, the boat launch parking lot and ramp were repaved and restriped, according to a press release.

    The Columbian stories: Columns

  • The road will be restriped and some sidewalks will get wheelchair ramps.

    Spokesman.com: Latest stories

  • The remaining length of Langhorne Road up to Murrell Road will also be repaved and restriped.

    www2.timesdispatch.com - News

  • The westbound lanes should be restriped this weekend and the eastbound lanes next weekend.

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • Lots H and I were resurfaced and restriped as was about half of the surfaces of Lots A, B,

    UT Dallas News Center

  • The road will be restriped with four lanes, but parking will still be permitted in the curb lanes during nonpeak hours.

    post-gazette.com - News

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