How to use Re-laid in a sentence

re-laid
  • Whilst mentioning the Bedford Modern School, the front has been re-laid and during the day-time looks quite imposing.

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  • The all-weather pitch is now out of action and may have to be completely re-laid, at a cost of up to £ 100,000.

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  • The first steam locomotive to use the newly re-laid track ran in 1996, and was the North Downs Railroad sole operational steam engine.

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  • Early in 1935 both tracks were again re-laid, this time with the addition of an electric conductor rail.

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  • Due to a new sewer being laid, old cushions were removed on one side of a road and then re-laid.

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  • The races went to plan once the course had been re-laid a few times !

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