rewind


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rewind

[′rē‚wīnd]
(electronics)
The components on a magnetic tape recorder that serve to return the tape to the supply reel at high speed.
To return a magnetic tape to its starting position.
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Your Summer Rewind is designed to spark nostalgia by reminding you of the songs that mattered to you from past summers.
The UR also transfers energy from the unwind braking system to the rewind system.
Mount the rewind unit and reinstall any shrouding or other parts you had to remove.
While trying to sabotage the power plant, Jerry becomes magnetised and accidentally erases all the tapes in the old-fashioned video store Be Kind Rewind, where his best friend works.
Be Kind Rewind is a testament to Gondry's creativity and his distinctive, off-kilter perspective on modern life.
Scott acknowledges this midway through a combination when he declares, "If I lost you somewhere in there, just rewind and you can catch up.
This reportedly allows converters to run web speeds of up 2000 fpm completely free of static electricity problems at the rewind.
Choosing to repair or rewind a motor over buying new is mostly a matter of economics and time, Bishop said.
Both products provide complete protection against any type of disaster, including common data corruptions through patent-pending Rewind and global replication technologies.
Mrs Stonier, from Bushbury Hill, Low Hill, Wolverhampton, has been nominated for her work setting up and running the Rewind project and local Neighbourhood Watch groups.
The coil-feeding system can also rewind the perforated coil stock that Faurecia uses for the internal baffles that go in its exhaust systems and mufflers.
Engineers commanded the recorder to partially rewind after storing the images, but it continued past the stopping point.