n.— «The contract from the U.S. Army Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command calls for Case Construction, Racine, to “reset” more than 200 forklifts to mission-capable condition. “Reset” is a military term that defines a level of refurbishing designed to restore older equipment to provide renewed performance. The process involves disassembly, inspection and repair or replacement of damaged components, reassembly, and testing.» —“Case earns $15.5 million Army contract” Business Journal (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Aug. 28, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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