Definition of Repump
1. pump [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: pump
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Literary usage of Repump
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1. Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New by Alexander von Humboldt, Aimé Bonpland (1827)
"It may be asked, whether the insect deposit the stimulating liquid only at the moment of it's flight, when it is driven away, or repump the liquid, ..."
2. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention by American Electroplaters' Society, Utah, State Horticultural Society (1899)
"Of the 30 cities, 17 have a high service, while 13 are not required to repump any part of their water. ..."
3. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"Energy costs can increase because you repump the water after treatment and power the fan that blows air through the water. Also, units may be noisy and ..."
4. 50 Ways Farmers Can Protect Their Groundwater by Michael C. Hirschi, F. William Simmons, Doug Peterson, Ed Giles (1998)
"Limitations: Energy costs can increase because you repump the water after treatment and you must power the fan that blows air through the water. ..."
5. The Manual of American Water-works by Moses Nelson Baker (1892)
"Lake Michigan, pumping to stand-pipe and reservoir, with repump- ¡ag to stand-pipe for high service. Fiscal year closes Dec. 31. In '90 contracts were let ..."
6. The Manual of American Water-works by Moses Nelson Baker (1888)
"Const Encr., Jos. Simmons. Contr., J- A. Jones. 'Water Supply.—Missouri river, pumping to settling reservoirs, then repump- ¡og to tank. Pumping Machinery. ..."
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