Examples of restart in a Sentence
They plan to restart negotiations next week.
The tournament will restart tomorrow.
Recent Examples of restart from the Web
Chest compressions alone will not restart the heart, but the compressions do allow oxygenated blood to reach the brain.
Reports that Motiva has restarted a unit at its massive Gulf Coast refinery added to the pressure.
As the castaways grudgingly restart their old friendship, things get insidious.
Ten minutes after play restarted, Davide Calabria forced Strakosha into a good save, with the ball falling to him to the right of the six yard box.
The sporting event helped restart stalled dialogue between the North and the South after the two sides agreed to a joint march together during the opening ceremony and to field a combined women's hockey team.
China and the United States will restart their high-level economic talks, says China, following a brief suspension by the US last year after trade tensions escalated quickly between both sides.
She was placed on the ECMO machine almost immediately after her arrival at Harborview, according to her doctors, and within about 15 minutes, her body temperature was up to normal and her heart had been restarted.
Both stages then separated from the core booster, flipped around, restarted three engines each and began flying back to Florida.
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