Definition of Replotted

1. Verb. (past of replot) ¹



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Definition of Replotted

1. replot [v] - See also: replot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Replotted

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

Literary usage of Replotted

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1. Challenge of Land Use Planning After Urban Earthquakes: Observations from by Catherine Bauman (1999)
"No permanent rebuilding could occur until the land was replotted. This replanning resulted in wider streets. Redevelopment in San Francisco after Loma ..."

2. The Law of City Planning and Zoning by Frank Backus Williams (1922)
"On the petition of the owners of more than half of the area of the lots to be replotted, as appears on the land and building register, provided the ..."

3. The Law of City Planning and Zoning by Frank Backus Williams (1922)
"On the petition of the owners of more than half of the area of the lots to be replotted, as appears on the land and building register, provided the ..."

4. The Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1918)
"Some of Carpenter and Keeling's results replotted by Rosenhain according to his derived differential method are shown in Figure 176. Fig. 17ti. ..."

5. Forest Mensuration by Herman Haupt Chapman (1921)
"34 only the resultant harmonized values are shown Fourth Set of Curves, Tapers replotted on Basis of DBH To utilize the data from Fig. ..."

6. Excess Condemnation by Robert Eugene Cushman (1917)
"After the streets are laid out the rest of the land in the area is pooled and replotted so as to make suitable building sites. ..."

7. Excess Condemnation by Robert Eugene Cushman (1917)
"... land taken for streets unless such land exceeds 35 per cent of the total area being replotted, but must pay for any land taken in excess of that amount. ..."

8. Excess Condemnation by Robert Eugene Cushman (1917)
"After the streets are laid out the rest of the land in the area is pooled and replotted so as to make suitable building sites. ..."

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