Definition of Repumped
1. repump [v] - See also: repump
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Literary usage of Repumped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Municipal and Private Operation of Public Utilities: Report to the National by National Civic Federation (1907)
"A small portion of this water was repumped at Division street by a pump which took its supply from the low service mains and delivered it into the high ..."
2. The Manual of American Water-works by Moses Nelson Baker (1888)
"... supply is repumped from here. Tke dam is 119 ft. hieb, 48X ft. wide at its base, 26.8 it. at the bottom of the reservoir, and 22 ft. »t the top. ..."
3. General Statistics of Cities: 1915 by United States Bureau of the Census, Starke M. Grogon, Arthur J. Hirsch, Lemuel A. Carruthers (1916)
"Quantities repumped are introduced in this statement, although they are not ... Of the 315032 million gallons repumped, a part was pumped a third time. ..."
4. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1873)
"195536 tons (of which 52466 tons were returned to the tank, and repumped with the sewage on to the land, and tho remainder discharged into the river Horn), ..."
5. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... from time to time by allowing the mercury column D to rise past the joint H. After these gases have been removed, the lamp seldom needs to be repumped. ..."