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rerun

1. a film, play, series, etc., that is broadcast or put on again; repeat
2. Computing the repeat of a part of a computer program

rerun

[′rē‚rən]
(chemical engineering)
To distill a liquid material that has already been distilled; usually implies taking a large proportion of the charge stock overhead.
(computer science)
To run a program or a portion of it again on a computer. Also known as rollback.
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The program for the well servicing involves recovering the existing in-hole equipment (completion) and the rerunning of a modified completion that will result in the wells returning to production.
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