- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recreate.
“Wall spends months creating these diorama-like settings, hires professionals to do makeup, recreates in other words, an entire world.”
“I read plenty of adultish books to get my various degrees and gave away an armload of "how to write" books when I realized they can't help you if you can't... but if I read YA/children's books for my recreational reading, who is to say what "recreates" me?”
“Darwin’s Dilemma recreates the prehistoric world of the Cambrian era with state-of-the-art computer animation, and the film features interviews with Discovery Institute scientists as well as leading evolutionary paleontologists such as Simon Conway Morris of Cambridge University and James Valentine of the University of California at Berkeley.”
“You know the drill by now, DSO takes the setlist from a Grateful Dead show and "recreates" the show live.”
“Chen's inventive and sprawling family saga eloquently recreates a time of enormous upheaval.”
“Moore clearly knows how to resurrect history from dry names and dates, and vividly recreates this eerily familiar era with a historian's love for detail and a storyteller's passion for a good yarn.”
“Designer Hildegard Bechtler's opening set quotes an 1818 painting of Caspar David Friedrich; and the vigorous tenor, Peter Hoare, costumed by Katrina Lindsay in Faust's frock coat but with a shock of red hair, recreates the solitary figure from the German Romantic artist's painting, "The Wayfarer Above a Sea of Fog.”
“Homesick Texan - a New Yorker recreates the much-missed cuisine of her Southern childhood”
“I am passionate about improving boys' literacy and glad that boys find my books appealing, but I'm troubled by this idea of 'boy books,' because it reinforces -- and perhaps recreates -- assumptions about boys and girls and the things they should like, while giving short shrift to the real issue at the heart of literacy building: reader experience.”
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