Makeup is reapplied, lint rollers are re-rolled, and string is cut from the inside of a sock.
I reapplied the lunar caustic to form eschars, and I evacuated a little fluid from their centre for three successive days.
It is to be removed so soon as it becomes warm, and reapplied.
If the load is not maintained, but is removed and then reapplied, the limit is found to be lower than before.
In such cases the bandage must be removed and reapplied with less force.
Usually the dressing should be left undisturbed for from 24 to 48 hours, then reapplied, as indications warrant.
I have applied and reapplied, and have been promised and repromised.
Under such circumstances, in a half an hour or so, the splint could be reapplied with safety.
Yes, provided its funds are pooled and reapplied to Church purposes.
I now introduced the lunar caustic very freely into these openings, and reapplied a cold poultice and lotion.
late 14c., "to put (one's faculties, etc.) to some task or career," late 14c., from Old French aploiier "apply, use, attach" (12c., Modern French appliquer), from Latin applicare "attach to, join, connect;" figuratively, "devote (oneself) to, give attention," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + plicare "fold" (see ply (v.1)). The etymological sense is "bring things in contact with one another." Of lotions, from early 15c. Meaning "seek a job by submitting an application for one" is from 1851. A by-form applicate is recorded from 1530s. Related: Applied; applying.