Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of re-creation.

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Examples

  • Marine Corps, including re-creations of a Korean War battlefield and a Vietnam combat zone.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • Ongoing: Abraham Lincoln's presidency through historic artifacts, re-creations, videos and interactive exhibits.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • It's basic cable, so explicit re-creations are probably out.

    Critic's Corner Monday

  • It would have been even better without the cheesy re-creations, but even as is, it's well worth watching.

    Critic's Corner Monday

  • The book's added punch comes from Fairstein's Phantom of the Opera-like re-creations of the labyrinthine environs of the Met, beneath and behind the stage.

    Death Dance by Linda Fairstein: Book summary

  • Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads | The installation, the first major public sculpture by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, will comprise twelve monumental bronze animal heads that are re-creations of the famous traditional zodiac sculptures that once adorned the fountain clock of Yuan Ming Yuan, the Old Summer Palace, located just outside Beijing.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads | The installation, the first major public sculpture by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, will comprise twelve monumental bronze animal heads that are re-creations of the famous traditional zodiac sculptures that once adorned the fountain clock of Yuan Ming Yuan, the Old Summer Palace, located just outside Beijing.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads | The installation, the first major public sculpture by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, will comprise twelve monumental bronze animal heads that are re-creations of the famous traditional zodiac sculptures that once adorned the fountain clock of Yuan Ming Yuan, the Old Summer Palace, located just outside Beijing.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads | The installation, the first major public sculpture by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, will comprise twelve monumental bronze animal heads that are re-creations of the famous traditional zodiac sculptures that once adorned the fountain clock of Yuan Ming Yuan, the Old Summer Palace, located just outside Beijing.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • Michael Arenella's Dreamland Orchestra, contrastingly, offers smooth re-creations of 1920s dance sides with a solid two-beat bounce.

    Vince Giordano and the Underground Nighthawk Boogie

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