- v. present participle of remodel.
“I know you were in remodelling hell. .can that be said here?”
“Whatever had changed in remodelling, it didn't show from inside the library.”
“Liverpool, which offered 27 million dollars for the 11 stores, is to invest a further 7 million in remodelling them.”
“As I said before, in remodelling our constitution we shall have to clarify the divisions of powers between federal and provincial governments.”
“I haven't seen Patrick and Allesandra since they closed for "remodelling" -- no mention of the change in ownership.”
“Grazia said: "Gaga came up with the idea of remodelling the styles of classic icons from the past, for example, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly and Katharine Hepburn.”
“The remodelling will be a massive construction project, involving one crane that will be hauled to the site via 90 semi-trailers.”
“~ Drugs may cause addiction by 'remodelling' brain AFP -- "A heroin addict aching for a fix years after kicking the habit is not simply weak-willed but may be tormented by enduring changes in the brain caused by the drug itself, according a groundbreaking study released Wednesday.”
“Stress also suppresses the generation of new nerve cells in the brain, and causes the "remodelling" of existing ones.”
“Makes me think of the Lady Luck in downtown Vegas that shut down, what two and half years ago for "remodelling".”
‘remodelling’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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