- v. present participle of adapt.
“The husband-and-wife screenwriting team of Irving Ravetch, who has died aged 89, and Harriet Frank Jr specialised in adapting the work of writers as varied as William Faulkner, Larry McMurtry and Elmore Leonard.”
“It divides your attention, takes you out of both the story and the film, and makes you think about the choices the filmmaker made in adapting the story.”
“What were some of the challenges you faced in adapting Taft into”
“ I have been amusing myself as I walkd, in adapting words to two or three of his lessons. —”
“However access to well trained inexpensive doctors and a people experienced in adapting to peak oil through localized agriculture could be an invaluable resource for the U.S.”
“The language is different, and in adapting a comic to screen one has to understand the difference for an effective translation.”
“He's not a well-remembered name-he's probably best known for having sold the title Blade Runner to Ridley Scott, even though it was only the title Scott used in adapting Philip K. Dick.”
“What is the biggest challenge in adapting this story and character to a visual medium?”
“A U.K. Treasury spokeswoman wouldn't comment directly on the FSA interpretation of the cash limit, but said "the government has asked the FSA to examine further options" in adapting the EU rule.”
“The other problem in adapting this sequence lies with Moore's deliberately purple prose, as he was both trying to evoke the florid type of writing found in those types of comics and evoke the speech an mannerisms of a 18th-century sea captain.”
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