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resite

[′re‚zīt]
(organic chemistry)
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They have been moved into storage for the duration of development and will be restored and resited at the appropriate time as part of Grant Associates Landscape Architects plans.
This was resited at a cost of PS17,000 of public money.
When the bridge deck is completed he will be resited on a landscaped area nearby the new junction, where he will provide a nod to the past heritage of the ring road as he overlooks the new layout.
LANDMARK MOVING: Dodshon's Fountain is being resited as part of the revamp
The TAP group received larger doses of bupivacaine, and while many TAP catheters required resiting (45%), two out of the 31 patients in the epidural group required their epidurals resited.
Since the straight course was resited, four of the five King's Stand winners clocked times between 59 and 59.
Metro buses said: "It is likely that the shelter will be removed and resited.
Tyne and Wear archaeology officer Jennifer Morrison has also advised that memorial tablets in the church should be resited in an adjacent cemetery or be placed in a museum.
Heude said he also wanted to see fruit products resited in store, moving away from the traditional spot by home baking and into high-footfall sections such as food to go and checkouts.
What is fact is that many of the statues and memorials that once graced our city centre in more enlightened times were, on 60s/70s redevelopment, resited in some unfortunate locations.
Unlike fixed-frame unloaders that require sufficient headroom above the top of the frame to clear the load-backrest of a forklift, the Split Frame Unloader allows the upper frame to be relocated by forklift onto the plant floor, loaded with a bulk bag and then resited back onto the subframe within several centimeters of the ceiling.
But to their credit Cheltenham held a massive inquiry and resited one fence, in addition to reducing certain safety limits.