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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 issue at hand is the 34-hour restart for drivers.
Abe has said only reactors that were deemed to have cleared the "world's most stringent regulation standards" would be allowed to restart.
The company has not revealed the unit involved in the restart, but traders doing business in the Midwest region stated that work had been on-going at the plant's key petrol-producing unit since late April 2011.
The restarts are expected to be completed during the first half of 2011 and, upon completion, Alcoa will have 674,000 metric tons of idle capacity remaining.
Our research showed that a V6 restart takes about the same fuel as 5 seconds of idling.
Most thermal processes during coreless furnace operation can be classified as sintering, cold restart or normal melting processes.
The result is simple--I'm usually not able to successfully boot and restart the system using these disks.
We practice restarts in the attacking half of the field by dividing our 18-man squad in half, then playing one side against the other.
The field restart, or Restart Bart, program, replete with Western theme and cowboy mascot, essentially shifted selling work from the circulation department's sales and marketing unit to its home-delivery staff.