Definition of Repeg
1. peg [v -PEGGED, -PEGGING, -PEGS] - See also: peg
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Literary usage of Repeg
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In the Land of Pearl and Gold: A Pioneer's Wanderings in the Backblocks and by Alexander Macdonald (1907)
""We'll repeg the ground to-morrow," said the Shadow complacently. "There should be enough money in this ground to pay for two or three more exploring trips ..."
2. Mining Law of the British Empire by Charles John Alford (1906)
"... any claim abandoned as aforesaid shall not be allowed to repeg or acquire the same or any part thereof either directly or indirectly, except on payment ..."
3. A Digest of Australasian Mining Cases: As Decided in the Supreme Courts of by James Grattan Eagleson, William Alexander Sanderson, Bernard O'Dowd (1897)
"Un the abandonment by C., L. did not repeg or retake possession in any way. Subsequently B. took up the alluvial claim abandoned by C. ; L. sued B. for ..."
4. Reports of the Conferences Between the Chartered Co. Directors and the by British South Africa Company (1907)
"... and if you tie us down unduly, all we have to do is to abandon our claims and repeg them. Mr.'Mitchell : It is quite on the cards that if the royalty is ..."