re-do


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re-do

(rē′doo″)
A colloquial term for a reoperation or a revision of an operation.
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In 2016 Kirklees Council notified utility companies of the need to re-do reinstatement work on 316 occasions.
If you need to re-do your parting every six weeks, I recommend using Clairol Nice n Easy Root Touch Up, PS4.99, every other time.
And we may re-do this, if the government does not respond positively to our pleas and our dues.
Pakistan's election commission plans to re-do the vote for several national assembly seats, including in Karachi.
Just over a year ago, the Historical Society launched a complete re-do of its website and later added an e-commerce feature enabling users to transact all kinds of business online.
It was hoped that Target would publish the book, but when that didn't work out, the company, with a store in Leominster, offered to re-do the library.
Dr Mahmoud Fikri, Assistant Undersecretary for Health Policies at the Ministry of Health said, "The decision was taken after a noticeable increase in the number of infectious diseases among certain categories of workers from endemic countries." Officials also said that it was important to test expats in their countries and re-do the tests in the UAE so as to minimise expenses incurred on workers who arrived here with diseases.
paint and throw exuberance around, let's re-do the catastrophes,
Before I would have late meetings and was having to cancel and re-do reservations, and was wasting a lot of money doing that.
Hardly a month goes by without some tourism industry bigwig championing the cause of a complete re-do.
They even come with me to the office sometimes if it's blustery outside, which it often is in Wales, so that me and the team can re-do our hair between appointments.
Pisces (20 Feb to 20 Mar) Call 0905 817 0751 I spend half my day re-thinking what I have written or done and wondering if I should re-do it or just leave it be and get on with something else.