Definition of Replots

1. Verb. (third-person singular of replot) ¹



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Definition of Replots

1. replot [v] - See also: replot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Replots

replicative intermediate
replicator
replicators
replicon
replicons
replied
replier
repliers
replies
repliest
replieth
replisome
replisomes
replitase
replot
replots (current term)
replotted
replotting
replough
reploughed
reploughing
reploughs
replow
replowed
replowing
replows
replug
replugged
replugging
replugs

Literary usage of Replots

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1. Satellite Cities: A Study of Industrial Suburbs by Graham Romeyn Taylor (1915)
"All plots or replots of land laid out for residential subdivisions are to be submitted to it for approval before they can be recorded. ..."

2. Planning Problems of Town, City, and Region: Papers and Discussions at the by American Civic Association (1915)
"All plans, plots or replots of lands laid out in building lots, and the streets, alleys or other portions of the same intended to be dedicated to public use ..."

3. Greater Erie: Plans and Reports for the Extension and Improvement of the City by Erie (Pa.). City planning committee, John Nolen, Erie Area Chamber of Commerce, Erie (Pa.). Board of trade (1914)
"... is found in section five, which requires the approval of the City Planning Commission for all plans, plots or replots of land laid out in building lots, ..."

4. Greater Erie: Plans and Reports for the Extension and Improvement of the City by Erie (Pa.). City planning committee, Erie Area Chamber of Commerce, John Nolen, Erie (Pa.). Board of trade (1913)
"... is found in section five, which requires the approval of the City Planning Commission for all plans, plots or replots of land laid out in building lots, ..."

5. The Law of the City Plan by Frank Backus Williams (1920)
"All plans, plots, or replots of lands laid out in building lots, and the streets, alleys, or other portions of the same intended to be dedicated to public ..."

6. Drill Regulations for Coast Artillery, United States Army by United States War Dept, John Isaac Rodgers (1898)
"1 : and so continuing until directed to cease observing or to change target. No. 1.—Notes range and azimuth of target as called by the observer, replots for ..."

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