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This is a time for change, not the retreading of old ideas and bodies.
"I believe we are simply retreading the same ground we have already explored, Observer," he commented.
Nokian Tyres also produces materials for retreading and refurbishing used tyres.
There was some retreading of what Mr. Geiss calls the big-nose versus small-nose debate.
Normally, retreading an old format should not mean an early demise of a series, unless the show being emulated is a rerun icon like Gilligan's Island.
In 2002 Bridgestone Australia Ltd purchased the BANDAG Retreading plant and its operations in Australia.
The Long Mile Rubber Company, a Goodyear subsidiary based in Dallas, will build a plant at an undetermined site to help strengthen the company's position in commercial retreading, Goodyear said.
This retreading of English, this adjusting of it, altering it, bandaging, and plastering it to promote a particular vision of society is the most widely perceived activity of feminists interested in language.
One example of conventional reuse is the doorstep delivery of milk in refillable bottles; other examples include the retreading of tires and the use of returnable/reusable plastic boxes, shipping containers, instead of single-use corrugated fiberboard boxes.
Its business comprises retail tire sales for passenger and light truck vehicles, mechanical services for passenger and light trucks, commercial truck tires, mining and off-road sales and service and retreading of both commercial and off-road tires.
The tire can disintegrate when the car is going over 60 miles an hour according to Harry R. Baumgardner, the president of Tire Consultants Inc. in Alpharetta Ga., a former supervisor of the retreading of tires on Bridgestone/Firestone production lines, who is now a consultant.
He also started a factory for rubber retreading, besides two more concerns, the Madras Auto Service Ltd and the Sundaram Motors, a division of T V Sundram Iyengar & Sons Ltd., the former was the largest distributors of General Motors in the 1950s.