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  • n. Alternative spelling of reenactment.


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  • We chatted with Morris about why the term re-enactment might haunt him forever, why he's a huge Curtis fan, why Murdoch's tabloid evil is a slippery slope and more in the interview below.

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  • The re-enactment prompted a national hysteria of jokes and ridicule calling Mr. Khomeini the "cardboard Imam."

    Letter Writers Break Iranian Taboo

  • His participation in the re-enactment group - beginning in 2003 and continuing for several years - has drawn criticism from a Holocaust survivors group as well as from House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.).

    Boehner endorses Ohio GOP House candidate criticized for Nazi reenactment

  • But the reason I list it here under political films is that despite the grisly subject matter, the film is a statement -- and a re-enactment, of sorts -- of what it's like to live under authoritarian rule.

    Delia Lloyd: 5 Political Films Worth Seeing

  • In 2003, the art duo's ICA re-enactment of the Cramps' famed Napa State Mental Institute gig, performed with a tribute act and mental health patients, teased ideas of authenticity.

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  • Two - No one "got tired" of me since I organized and was the head of the western re-enactment group.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • The worst part is the maddening banter: "At this particular moment in time, could you put your hands together and give it up for bridesmaid Caressa Van Riemsdyck and best man Shayenne O'Leary?" he screeches, as if every wedding were a re-enactment of an Arsenio Hall monologue, circa 1989.

    DJs: The Real Wedding Crashers

  • —Thousands of visitors from all over the world are expected to flock this month to Charleston, S.C. for a re-enactment of the bombardment of Fort Sumter, commemorating the beginning of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.

    Reliving First Shots of Civil War

  • One of the more interesting and illuminating things we engaged ourselves in was in joining the English Civil War re-enactment society called ‘The Sealed Knot’.

    Think Progress » CIA’s top spy: U.S. intelligence hasn’t ‘suffered at all’ from banning waterboading.

  • The picture was a glorious re-enactment of paintings of the 1800's and I thank you for sharing it.

    The Pink Dress


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