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restart

[′rē‚stärt]
(aerospace engineering)
The act of firing a stage of a rocket after a previous powered flight.
(computer science)
To go back to a specific planned point in a routine, usually in the case of machine malfunction, for the purpose of rerunning the portion of the routine in which the error occurred; the length of time between restart points in a given routine should be a function of the mean free error time of the machine itself.

restart

To resume an operation after a planned or unplanned termination. See boot, warm boot and checkpoint/restart.
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The restart is an important tool for drivers, not to maximize driving time, but to have the flexibility to maximize off-duty time and time at home, and we're pleased that drivers will continue to have unrestricted access to it.
The FMCSA and Department of Transportation would like to see the 34-hour restart endure, either in the version they prefer or the trucking industry's favorite.
The sources said the 110,000-bpd CDU, which began restart operations and will reach stable operating levels in 2-3 days, is expected to run at a reduced rate of around 75 per cent.
Some oil fields, however, have yet to restart due to security concerns.
Chief Executive Paolo Scaroni said in July that the group would need two to three months to restart gas production once the situation in Libya was resolved and a year to restart oil output.
Aluminium company Alcoa (NYSE:AA) said on Friday that the company proposes to restart idled potlines at three aluminium smelters in the US, creating approximately 260 jobs.
The government ordered the removal of the UN seals and surveillance equipment from the Yongbyon reactor, a sign it is going through with threats to restart a nuclear programme that allowed it to conduct a test explosion two years ago.
The restart means operations will return to normal by Wednesday at all of the group's 28 factories after the powerful earthquake forced parts maker Riken Corp.
Our research showed that a V6 restart takes about the same fuel as 5 seconds of idling.
used an aggressive restart to knock the leader out of the way with five laps to go in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at California Speedway on Friday night.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-22 March 2006-Stora Enso Oyj to restart operations at Veitsiluoto Sawmill in Finland(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The heroes (the systems analysts) were getting tired of calls in the middle of the night for recurring routine problems where all they said was, "Okay, restart the computer.