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re·line

(rē'līn'),
In dentistry, to resurface the tissue side of a denture with new base material to make it fit more accurately.
See also: rebase.

reline

/re·line/ (re-līn´) to resurface the tissue side of a denture with new base material in order to achieve a more accurate fit.

reline

[rēlīn′]
Etymology: L, re + linea
the resurfacing of the tissue side of a denture with new base material. See rebase.

re·line

(rē-līn')
In dentistry, the procedure undertaken in order to resurface the side of the denture in proximity to the tissue surface so as to make it fit more accurately and thereby increase the intraoral comfort of the wearer of the appliance.

re·line

(rē'līn)
In dentistry, to resurface tissue side of a denture with new base material to make it fit more accurately.
See also: rebase

reline,

v to resurface the tissue side (basal surface) of a denture with new base material so that it will fit more accurately. See also rebase.
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This allowed the foundry to reline the furnace at a minimal cost.
Scheessele, WCI president and chief executive officer, said that the reline took 32 fewer days to complete than the previous blast furnace reline in 1988.
Completing this reline on time with minimal disruption to the finishing end was critical to meeting our customers' needs.
More than 600 WCI employees and outside contractors worked approximately 215,000 manhours on the reline, an equivalent of 103 manyears.
said WCI's reline was the quickest and most efficient reline he had been involved with.
Working Conditions--Because of unattractive working conditions, supervisors experienced difficulty finding workers willing to perform relines, resulting in a high rate of refusal for voluntary overtime.
Catharines' furnace relines were being performed manually with crystalline silica refractory.
Following an ergonomic and environmental study of refractory relines on its 60-ton coreless furnaces, the foundry committed to finding a way to improve the work conditions.
Meanwhile, repetitive-strain injuries (which can be caused by rodding and deaerating in reline processes) represent more than 60% of all newly reported occupational illnesses.