repour

Related to repour: rapport

repour

(riːˈpɔː)
vb (tr)
to pour back or again
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Technology such as the Cruvinet, Repour and Coravin can also help preserve opened bottles of wine and allow you to offer more and better selections by the glass.
Later, they return to cut out the broken pavement and repour concrete as part of longer-term capital improvement projects, Hall said.
The vitality of the Tanakh derives from its endless applicability; it is an old flask into which we can pour and repour new wine.
(85) The Air Force also plans to repour the fuel in the
Then when the Grand American Road Racing Series sanctioning body had all of the regulations specified in January, 2002, Berger did some modification work to his design--a task that he calls "melt and repour." The bodywork was done by the end of February.
Grooves get worn deep enough into the concrete that they need to mill it out and repour the concrete.
67.) Sometimes the best strategy is to break out an entire section and repour it with new concrete rather than patch it.
Wheel-barrow by wheelbarrow we had to repour, this time reinforcing.
Isaac Grillo, owner and mixologist for the 60-seat Repour Bar in Miami Beach, is also an ambassador for Afrohead dark rum.
"A lot of people have to repour the main bearings, get the stuck piston out of the cylinder or have vital pieces missing that they have to find to finish the project," he says.
The best solution is to break out the tilted concrete, regrade with compacted soil and repour the slab.