Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of remodel.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I know you were in remodelling hell. .can that be said here?

    ON THE BUBBLE WITH CARA BLACK

  • Whatever had changed in remodelling, it didn't show from inside the library.

    Not the man they thought she was

  • Liverpool, which offered 27 million dollars for the 11 stores, is to invest a further 7 million in remodelling them.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - July 1999

  • As I said before, in remodelling our constitution we shall have to clarify the divisions of powers between federal and provincial governments.

    Quebec as It Is

  • I haven't seen Patrick and Allesandra since they closed for "remodelling" -- no mention of the change in ownership.

    Any special events June 23-26?

  • 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."

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The remodelling will be a massive construction project, involving one crane that will be hauled to the site via 90 semi-trailers.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • ~ 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."

    Speedlinking 4/26/07

  • Stress also suppresses the generation of new nerve cells in the brain, and causes the "remodelling" of existing ones.

    Core Economics

  • Makes me think of the Lady Luck in downtown Vegas that shut down, what two and half years ago for "remodelling".

    BiggerPockets Forums

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