Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The enacting of a law a second time; the renewal of a law.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The enacting or passing of a law a second time; the renewal of a law.
- n. performing a role in an event that occurred at an earlier time
- re- + enact + -ment (Wiktionary)
“Recycling or reenactment is arguably a bad sign, especially when one is already putting the reader in mind of the subject matter of The Dying Animal.”
“Most of the techniques aim for the extended targets, or the head, just the areas you're not supposed to strike in reenactment - fair enough since we wear modern protective gear for WMA, whereas your friend on a reenactment field is probably wearing an authentic open-faced helmet.”
“When you dig into them, I think that you might just find that some of the very best moments of the DCAU occur throughout Superman: TAS, whether is the pitch-perfect origin reenactment in the early episodes to the first meeting of the two icons in “World’s Finest”.”
“PERT: It's the maybe the spinal cord because they were young children once and things happened to them, and people -- Freud had a concept called reenactment whereby we tend to go back and try to reenact things that sort of traumatized us a long time ago.”
“He used the opportunity to scold Sydney and Dixon yet again for not staying around for the ceremony and forced them to sit through a word-for-word reenactment of his acceptance speech.”
“The film version is almost a word-for-word reenactment of the books 'most important plot points, leaving out some of the more controversial elements that gave the book a dark overtone.”
“Team America a word-for-word reenactment of the script before being shot down.”
“As we discussed on the last conference call the reenactment of the Federal Research and Development tax credit, was finally passed on October 3 2008.”
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