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“And now, keeping with the Mother's Day theme, the Historical Society is preparing to use the Inventory to bring history to life for children, by re-creating the world of her youngest child, Cornelia.”
“Alternately re-creating daily life and picking, brick by symbolic brick, at the abundant archaeological and psychological detritus, she proceeds to exhume, analyze, and reconstitute the time and place in a manner pleasing to traditionalists, revisionists, and inevitabilists alike.”
“Mr. Pelecanos is terrific at re-creating the early-1970s period through precise descriptions of clothes, cars and hit soul records.”
““I decided to stay away from re-creating a greenhouse, and opted to transpose the notion of landscape to an interior space,” Di Oronzo said.”
“Divya of Dido Lives Cooks tweaks her mother in law's Spinach-Cheese Ravioli From Scratch, which makes frequent appearances for vegetarian guests such as herself, by re-creating it "Indian style.”
“This is the first installment of a new monthly blog series highlighting the work of women activists who are re-creating our world through brave acts of inspiration and defiance amidst overwhelming adversity and persecution.”
“If the future you're currently harvesting doesn't match your picture of how you wanted it to be, and if you keep on responding to life in exactly the same ways, you'll keep on creating and re-creating more of what you don't want.”
“Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney and Emmy-winning director and editor Allison Ellwood talk about re-creating this specific moment in history:”
“Hopefully the Obamas will never stoop to the level of re-creating “Barney Cam” moments. —”
“Some become stuck on the road of re-creating the incident in their own lives (like so many of my clients had.)”
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