Definition of Resetting

1. Verb. (present participle of reset) ¹



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Definition of Resetting

1. reset [v] - See also: reset

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resetting

reservoirs
reservor
reservors
reses
reset
reset nodus sinuatrialis
resets
resettability
resettable
resetted
resetter
resetters
resetting (current term)
resettle
resettled
resettlement
resettlements
resettler
resettlers
resettles
resettling
resew
resewed
resewing
resewn
resews
resh

Literary usage of Resetting

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1. Year Book by Charleston (S.C.) (1907)
"Raising roadway and sidewalks, resetting curb, Macadamizing roadway and ... Raising sidewalk, resetting curb and concreting sidewalk 460 00 Market St., ..."

2. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1903)
"resetting TAPPETS. At Mill 73 the preceding method is employed at the time of putting in new shoes, but the periodic shifting ..."

3. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"resetting TAPPETS. A bar may be used for lifting the stamps when necessary. Mill 67 uses the same method but the block is 2 inches higher than the drop. ..."

4. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1905)
"Kinlay, in Cults, charged with resetting rebels, 257. ... with resetting rebels, 216. Alaster Dow, in Tullich, charged with resetting rebels, 236. ..."

5. Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Mar and Kellie by Thomas Erskine Kellie (1904)
"... deputy Treasurer, to pay to James Campbell of Lawers such fines as have been received from those convicted of resetting and abetting the Clan Gregor, ..."

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