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- v. To fashion again or anew.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To fashion anew; to form or mold into shape a second time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fashion, form, or mold into shape a second time or anew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make new
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And it is expected he could go further with the effort to "refashion" foreign policy by opening up some key senior Whitehall and diplomatic positions to outside experts rather than career civil servants.
He is expected to go further with the effort to "refashion" foreign policy by opening up more senior Whitehall and diplomatic positions to outside experts rather than career civil servants.
Taking its cue from David Cameron's wish to "refashion" Britain's external relations, the
"refashion" foreign policy by opening up some key senior Whitehall and diplomatic positions to outside experts rather than career civil servants.
English will surely also develop along less foreseeable tracks as its users refashion it in new circumstances and ways of life—those forming Global English culture.
Cameron and Andrew Mitchell, the international development secretary who accompanied the prime minister on the visit after flying down from North Kenya where he was overseeing Britain's response to the growing famine in the Horn of Africa, are seeking to refashion Britain's approach to the continent.
Britain has to recast its approach to capitalism, refashion its macro-economic policy, set about building a vibrant network of institutions better to support investment and innovation.
If the Lisbon treaty is reopened, Cameron has to tread carefully between Tory backbenchers who could exploit the opportunity to refashion the UK relationship with the EU, and most of the rest of the EU, who are wary of getting bogged down in a row about what Britain wants.
All Ameren has to do is kinda sorta maybe refashion one of its coal-ash spewingWorld War II-era coal-fired and oil-burning plants into FutureGen 2.0 -- an infeasible, prohibitively expensive, accident and leak-prone, and chimerical scheme of oxy-combustion technology that will sorta kinda maybe capture, compress, pump and dump CO2 into Illinois 'aquifers and porous caverns.
The Obama administration's foreign policy began with a mission to refashion America's international image and influence.
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