Definitions

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  • v. Past participle of rewrite

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Examples

  • The articles need to have the title rewritten and also need a subtitle which explains what happens in the article.

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  • One of the stories that needs to be rewritten is the one on Brown, who entered the season unable to shake the "can't win the big one" label — a label that certainly no longer applies.

    USATODAY.com - Young gets it done in Rose Bowl as Texas tops USC 41-38

  • Realistically, immigration law needs a complete overhaul, like a piece of software that's grown so buggy it has to be rewritten from the ground up.

    The Problem With Smoking Immigrants

  • One of the early bonuses attached to learning Russian, for example, is that all the standard European fairy tales were rewritten from the ground up by great writers.

    No Way, Madame Bovary

  • December 15, 2009, 7: 54 pm deputyheadmistress: that’s an old gag - and I suspect the UK version was swiped and rewritten from the one here.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » A Green Business Model

  • The last week or ten days, for example, I haven't been able to push myself beyond a certain point in rewriting Corvus, mostly because 1) I couldn't find a way forward; 2) I've come to realise that the entire novel ought to be rewritten from the ground up to work the way it should; and 3) I'm not sure there's any point in continuing when all I'll ever be, at best, is third-rate.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Dems shouldn’t roll over on this, corporate executives should not benefit, individuals with bad mortgages need to get the terms rewritten so they can keep their homes and the American public should have something to show for all that money we are about to throw at the problem.

    Evening Buzz: FBI Investigating Meltdown

  • I even read aloud the part of the novel that I had rewritten, which is about as low as a writer can get and much more dangerous for him as a writer than glacier skiing unroped before the full winter snowfall has set over the crevices.

    A Moveable Feast

  • And we're forcing some rules to be rewritten, which is very gratifying.

    The ADD Blog at Comic Book Galaxy

  • (Soundbite of laughter) GROSS: The lyric is kind of rewritten for the TV show.

    Remembering Alex Chilton: An Underground 'Big Star'

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