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restrike

[v. ree-strahyk; n. ree-strahyk] /v. riˈstraɪk; n. ˈriˌstraɪk/
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), restruck, restruck or restricken, restriking.
1.
to strike again.
noun
2.
a coin freshly minted from dies of an earlier issue.
3.
a new print made from an old lithographic stone, metal engraving, woodcut, or the like.
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90; re- + strike
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  • However, the final and initial load capacities of the piles, and the time of restrike showed good correlation as a power function.
  • Pulse-start lamps also provide faster restrike time, improved color rendition and stability, and longer lifetimes.
  • Pulse-start lamps also provide faster restrike, improved color rendering and stability, and longer lifetimes.
  • The pile bearing capacity is the pile capacity obtained during the end-of-driving or pile restrike.
  • To increase materials efficiency, the main component of the pickle fork is now produced out of forged, restrike aluminum.
  • Additional driving that is performed after initial installation is referred to as a redrive or restrike.
  • Move the block, and restrike as needed, to achieve uniform consolidation throughout the test area.
  • The pore pressure transducer must be able to measure pore water pressure during initial driving, restrike, and static load tests.

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