rebore


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rebore

the process of boring out the cylinders of a worn reciprocating engine and fitting oversize pistons
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Rather, these rules are designed to provide a framework or set of guidelines for the adjudication of conflicts in a fair and non-defensive maimer (Rebore 2001; 2003).
It is also important, Rebore emphasized, "for educational leaders to incorporate ethical analysis as an ongoing way of thinking for three reasons." The first reason concerns the important issues that ethics typically explores and that "are important not only because they require reflection upon values that are at the core of a given human enterprise,' They are often at the very core of school events as well.
Not only can they rebore ordinary rifle and revolver barrels, but also double rifle and combination-gun barrel sets.
No money for a rebore, even if pistons could have been found.