“Clearly not intimidated by a design challenge, British table mathematician, designer and artist Anthony Leyland has developed these creative tables sliced, bent, shaped and reworked from a single 1-square meter sheet of steel.”
“About 10,000 of those borrowers live in their homes and are likely to get their mortgage terms reworked, while about 6,000 are investors, according to the company.”
“Backward slow orbit and 'reworked' surface features”
“Parts are not "reworked" unless an engineer decides they can be reworked and still handle the structural loads, which in this case the part clearly could not with that weld.”
“I have to think your day would suck if you stole (sorry, "reworked") ostensibly factual stuff only to find out the supposedly millennium-old secret society at the very heart of your rejiggered story was, as Miller says, "the invention, in the 1950s, of a man ... who had a history of fraud, embezzlement and membership in ultra-conservative, quasi-mystical and virulently anti-Semitic Catholic groups.”
“Also, "the Savage Fin" whom I don't believe was even referred to as such in Larsen's MCP run was most certainly not "reworked" into the Savage Dragon.”
“Sir George Martin, 80, ended his run as the Beatles 'legendary producer with a CD of "reworked" tracks ( "Love").”
“Mallika, Brown says he kind of reworked passages from other books to write his novel.”
“MORRIS: You know, this whole thing about the "girls rule, boys drool," it used to be an empty slogan, but you have kind of reworked that.”
“The protest programme had to be "reworked" to incorporate these recommendations, Mr Nyembazi said.”
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