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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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Rebore (2001; 2003) makes a distinction between mediation and arbitration that provides guidance in the development of a conceptual framework that promotes the types of communicative action necessary for the refraining required of ill-structured problems.
As Rebore (2001) explains, it is only after a school leader has at least a fundamental understanding of the perceptions of others can she/he begin to form and lead others to reasonable judgments.
It is also important, Rebore emphasized, "for educational leaders to incorporate ethical analysis as an ongoing way of thinking for three reasons.
It is the responsibility "of each educational leader," argued Rebore further, to "continually search for what is ethically good in providing services for students and in supporting the activities of school district employees.
Not only can they rebore ordinary rifle and revolver barrels, but also double rifle and combination-gun barrel sets.
Jim and Allen have produced countless beautiful and accurate rebores for us over the years that have enabled us to offer a greater, unique variety of custom handguns.
Finally, I sold it to a pal who had some pistons and could afford the rebore.
Tenders are invited for Renovation Regarding Rebore Of Pumps At Labour Line Near Oth At Ivri Izzatnagar ,Bareilly.
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Tenders are invited for Installation Rebore of Tubewell at ward no 49 Sukhiabad
She left work to bring up the family, then returned to work part time at Midland Cylinder Rebores Ltd, until retirement.