Definition of Restoking
1. restoke [v] - See also: restoke
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Literary usage of Restoking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Engines of the Human Body: Being the Substance of Christmas Lectures by Arthur Keith (1920)
"The signal for restoking in the human machine is not the ringing of a bell but the writhing of an empty stomach. The signal for thirst is connected with, ..."
2. Metallurgical Analysis and Assaying: A Three Years' Course for Students of by William A. Macleod, Charles Walker (1903)
"The fire should not be allowed to fall too low before restoking or the muffle will be chilled, thus endangering any assays it may contain. ..."
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