Definition of Resplice
1. splice [v -SPLICED, -SPLICING, -SPLICES] - See also: splice
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Literary usage of Resplice
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions by National Association of Cotton Manufacturers, New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association, Institution of Public Health Engineers (Great Britain) (1890)
"break occurs in the rope, it is but a few minutes' work to resplice it; and I think the liability of a rope breaking is less than that of a belt. ..."
2. The Photographic History of the Civil War in Ten Volumes by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier (1911)
"Rees returned for materials to resplice the fuse, and on the way out met Lieutenant Jacob Douty. The two men made the necessary repairs; the fire was again ..."
3. Fighting the Flames! Or, Twenty-seven Years in the Montreal Fire Brigade: A by William Orme McRobie (1881)
"We found them too long, but had no time to take them down and resplice, as Mrs. Marcou was threatening to throw herself and child from the window, ..."
4. The Ocean Telegraph to India: A Narrative and a Diary by Joseph Charles Parkinson (1870)
"There was nothing for it but to cut out the foul flake and resplice the two ends of cable from which it was taken. This occupied rather more than an hour, ..."
5. The Art of Trout Fishing on Rapid Streams: Comprising a Complete System of by H. C. Cutcliffe (1883)
"... and immediately he perceives the silk of his hook is wearing away he should remove the old silk and resplice the hook to the gut; this requires much ..."
6. The Romance of Submarine Engineering: Containing Interesting Descriptions in by Thomas W. Corbin (1913)
"... the ships through the cable, so the event was soon known to both of them, and they were able to return to their rendezvous, resplice, and start again. ..."