“This reworking is social in ways capital investment has failed to generate.”
“Yet Aldobrandino heightened this concern for the safety of the child, again reworking a passage from Avicenna and stressing the vital interest of the child.”
“This second Jury is described as a "reworking" of the original material.”
“This dub reworking is massive enough to stand on its own.”
“I didn’t like it quite as much because it becomes more a boy’s adventure, but it certainly has much of the appeal of the original in reworking well-known tales with new eyes.”
“It was Simon Emmerson, late of festival favourites the Afro Celt Soundsystem, who came up with the idea of reworking folk songs with global influences to reflect multicultural Britain.”
“I wanted to present the older material as it was but I really like the idea of reworking our own songs, taking elements here and there and integrating them into something new.”
“The book shows the original print and the unfinished reworking which is a more modern better photo and between them there seems the same sort of color shift and weird detail change and yet it is the same picture.”
“The emphasis on 'how' gave the new project some life, but I have to admit that I did not enjoy this kind of reworking of material, and I think it shows in the writing.”
“For the athletes, "reworking" meant back to the basics.”
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