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a fresh horse especially (formerly) to replace one killed or injured in battle

mount again, as after disassembling something

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provide with fresh horses

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At length, after a good deal more conversation had passed between them, they remounted their beasts, and followed the road to Saragossa, which they expected to reach in time to take part in a certain grand festival which is held every year in that illustrious city; but before they got there things happened to them, so many, so important, and so strange, that they deserve to be recorded and read, as will be seen farther on.
Due to a 'no remounting rule' introduced in 2009 the race was declared void 3 In 2002 at Southwell all seven runners fell but Family Business was remounted.
Ambulance #1 is Braun Type III body to be remounted on 2016, or newer, E450 (or equivalent) Gas Chassis.
The new Aix-BMF relationship gets underway this year with more Canadian creative content, with director Robert Carsen's Aix production of Benjamin Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, first staged in 1991 but remounted at Aix last summer, schdeduled for Beijing's Poly Theatre next October.
Run on atrocious ground, the race was won by Red Marauder, who led home only three other finishers - including Blowing Wind and Papillon, who were both remounted - as the conditions wreaked havoc.
Or, all would have hit an elk in the lung area at 500 yards with ease, even if the scope were removed and then remounted prior to the shot for some reason.
Before the rule came into force in November 2009, the policy had last been considered after dual Gold Cup winner Kauto Star was remounted in a novices' chase at Exeter in 2005, but was found to be injured.
He accelerated to 20-30mph before falling off, remounted, swerved across the road and promptly fell off again.
The issue of remounting was last considered in 2005, following on from the high-profile incident where Kauto Star as remounted in a Novices' Chase at Exeter, after which he was found to be injured.
Mark Baseby (13 points) was third and Robert Mear (12) fourth after both fell and remounted.
Last month she lit Big Dance Theater's new work, The Other Here, at the Japan Society and remounted Robbins' Dybbuk for New York City Ballet.
Richard Horvitz, left, Kelly Stables and Kyle Nudo star in ``Tip-Toes,'' the newly remounted George and Ira Gershwin musical now playing at the Whitefire Theatre.
a provider of occupational health and employment screening management solutions, the two companies have remounted.
Church must have fancied his chances of victory, but once again Nunn remounted and displayed outstanding composure as he gradually hunted down the leaders.
Mounted on an aluminum wall bracket system so that it can be quickly and simply removed and remounted, the change makes Applauso user friendly while still maintaining the classic lines and elegant finishing that have been its signature.