Definition of Redocking
1. redock [v] - See also: redock
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redocking
Literary usage of Redocking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Space Flight: The First Thirty Years (1993)
"For ten days, the astronauts put all three Apollo vehicle through their paces in Earth orbit, undocking and then redocking the lunar lander with the command ..."
2. Salyut: Soviet Steps Toward Permanent Human Presence in Space: A Technical (2008)
"This would eliminate the transportation and redocking which has hitherto been necessary to relocate the Soyuz at the forward docking port in order to ..."
3. Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers to the Secretary of War for the Year by United States Army. Corps of Engineers, United States Mississippi River Commission (1892)
"South of Sixteenth street it willl necessary to resort to a more general widening, deepening, and redocking »! < river on one side and the building of new ..."
4. Compilation of Laws Relating to the Navy, Marine Corps, Etc.: From the by United States Navy Dept, United States, John W. Hogg (1883)
"... necessary attachments double-turret ed and appliances as will render redocking of the ships unnecessary, of the monitors. iron-clad steamers Monad nock. ..."