Definitions

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  • adjective created anew

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Examples

  • In the crossing of the line between gods and flesh, the world is re-created.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • The young pianist Aaron Diehl, who studied the Quartet at Juilliard, was recently asked why the group's music is rarely re-created, and his answer was direct: "Because it's so incredibly hard to play!"

    The Modern Sounds of Yore

  • For me, the fun thing was doing the commentary with Peter Lambert, my editor, because it kind of re-created the atmosphere in the cutting room.

    Twilight Lexicon » Chris Weitz Interview on Buzz Sugar

  • Into the void steps MTV's Spike TV network, premiering a special on Wednesday called "Charlie Sheen's Winningest Moments," in which the network counts down Sheen's most memorable "winning" moments, re-created through "cutting-age" Taiwanese animation.

    TV nets find more ways to poke and probe Charlie Sheen story

  • But he later re-created it - without links to homophobic relatives and friends from his former life.

    Jamaica's gays finding refuge by applying for U.S. asylum

  • After that Richard had never again tried his hand at fiction, other than what he did each time he re-created his own next persona, but the storyboard suggestion had appealed to him.

    Fatal Error

  • Citigroup analysts said in a research note that although the restructuring was "very sensible" and re-created National Grid's U.S. model that had been abandoned in 2007, it still begged the question of a sale of the U.S. assets.

    National Grid to Cut 1,200 U.S. Jobs

  • Detail is piled on imaginatively re-created detail, and by film's end you feel as though you've taken a stroll through a vanished world.

    They Are the Very Model of Major Gilbert & Sullivan DVDs

  • In all, 16 rooms have been re-created at Claverton Manor—none more charming than the one dedicated to Shaker furniture, where pride of place is taken by a candleholder with prettily bowed legs, elegant in its simplicity.

    Telling Our Story Across the Pond

  • Eventually other events are re-created as well, as the narrator increasingly becomes dependent on the "tingling" he feels whenever the recreations work especially well.

    Point of View in Fiction

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