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Definition of Restack
1. stack [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: stack
Lexicographical Neighbors of Restack
Literary usage of Restack
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1906)
"... for defendants to employ a man to do the grading plaintiff agreed to have done, and were compelled to take down lumber and regrade and restack the same, ..."
2. Guide to Septage Treatment and Disposal by Robert P. G. Bowker (1998)
"... to monitor pile temperatures, to break down piles and restack them in curing piles, to screen the cured material to recover bulking agent, ..."
3. The Simple Life by Ruth King Porter (2006)
"Isabel watched him slowly bend over and even more slowly straighten up, as though he had to rearrange his old bones, restack the vertebrae of his back. ..."
4. Vegetable Gardening by Ralph Levi Watts (1912)
"When fermentation is well under way, restack, placing the exterior of the pile on the interior of the new pile. After the manure is allowed to remain in ..."
5. History of the Forty-ninth New York Volunteers by Frederick David Bidwell (1916)
"... leaving one blank, and to restack them, capping all. He then informed us that in the event of the men failing to do their duty, that we would be obliged ..."
6. Western Live-stock Management by Ermine Lawrence Potter, Carl N. Kennedy, George Roy Samson, Oran Milton Nelson (1917)
"... time and then during the late summer or early fall go into the field with a big chopper and traction engine, chop the hay, and restack it in the field. ..."