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re-interpretation

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  • If it is clear as mud, so much that it takes the overlapping of two provisions to reach a possible aanswer, why would Democrats prefer this muddled mess to putright clarlity unless they want the language to be ambiuous enough for future re-interpretation? bess

    CNN Truth Squad: Will health bill pay for illegal immigrants?

  • I thought it was actually a pretty good re-interpretation of the original.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » OMG, This Is Different

  • I wanted to see if it was possible to maintain all those elements in a re-interpretation of the original text.

    Peter Ackroyd - An interview with author

  • But my award for the most creative re-interpretation of Shakespeare goes to Indian filmmaker Rajat Kapoor's production of Hamlet -- The Clown Prince.

    E. Nina Rothe: Reinventing The Bard: Rajat Kapoor's Hamlet -- The Clown Prince Tours the UK

  • After all, I relish the juxtapositions of high and low, street and sanctuary, the age-old and the improvised, the opportunities for preservation as well as re-interpretation that are encompassed by the concept of Jewish culture.

    Jenna Weissman Joselit: What Is Jewish Culture?

  • Neither Mr. Johnson's rakish living jackets and dressing-gowns nor Mr. Lauren's re-interpretation of his uncle's brand of style iconography will likely make it to a mall near you, and neither come cheap.

    Menswear's Young Bloods Kick It Old School

  • He was so impressed with that re-interpretation of the Broadway standard that he composed a new jazz suite based on Rodgers and Hammerstein's breakthrough show, in a style inspired by Wilkins and the other leading arrangers who set the tone for Count Basie's great "New Testament" orchestra of the 1950s.

    The Jazz Scene: Columbus Day, Ladies' Night

  • One look at the retro-shaped swimming pool and curved brick patio is enough to cue the lounge music and break out the cocktails, but the home is still enough of a blank slate to encourage what the official listing calls a "re-interpretation" of the home into a "Martini Modern style."

    Manuel Seff Residence (1951) Designed by Kenneth Lind AIA

  • Mr. Guinn has no esoteric re-interpretation to offer about that day in Tombstone; instead what he has done is to aggregate every conceivable scrap of relevant information on the showdown, on the town, on the Old West and American history generally.

    New Tales of the Old West

  • In a sense, Mr. Dylan's music is even more driven by re-interpretation than that of the canonical theater composers, like Cole Porter, in that so many Dylan songs are, essentially, his own very personal interpretations of existing folk and blues material; i.e., "Girl from the North Country" is a very straightforward paraphrase of traditional "Scarborough Fair."

    Ranging Far and Wide

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