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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of rebrand.


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  • So girls can wear Moncler jackets, but only vintage, before the label rebranded and became the over-logoed treasure of suburbanites.

    How to look the part on the piste

  • As regular readers will note the Sunday Quote now in its fith year has been 'rebranded' - clearly recent corporate observing has had a conditioning effect on the Editor!

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The consensus account of mainstream U.S. print media is that the 50,000 U.S. troops who remain have been "rebranded" from "combat" brigades to advise-and-assist brigades.

    Robert Naiman: Iraq/Afghanistan: A Promise Kept, A Promise Deferred

  • -- By contrast, and in spite of all its fiscal and debt problems, the fact that Greece "rebranded" itself as a euro-area country may mean it is likely to have a "cheaper" crisis, even in the event of a debt restructuring, than would otherwise have been the case.

    Branding Is Key For Countries

  • Republicans across the pond gazed enviously as Mr. Cameron successfully "rebranded" the Tories.

    Conservatives in Crisis

  • In keeping with President Gamal Abdel Nasser's egalitarian ethos, Omar Effendi was "rebranded" as the department store for the masses.

    A shop window on Egyptian history

  • To summarize the statement of a woman Caplan quotes who consults in the online dating field, AshleyMadison is infidelity "rebranded" and made "monetizable."

    Russ Wellen: New Phone 'Apps' Make it Easier for Pols to Stray

  • On the work end, I rewrote a scene Friday while spending some alone time on my parent's deck which is where I am now, and "rebranded" Obscure Music Monday as Obscure Media Monday.

    Hugo and Nebula nominated short stories

  • The Blacks believe that the Republican Party has been "rebranded" because "the principal group" attracted by its conservative message is evangelical white Protestants.

    Politics After the Reversal

  • The Scottish Executive has been "rebranded" as the Scottish Government, you can read more on the BBC here.

    The breakup of the "United Kingdom"

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