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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recarve.

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Examples

  • Then, Siemens's broad array of businesses, which range from high-speed trains to medical-imaging equipment to wind turbines and power plants, were recarved into three main divisions: industry, energy and health care.

    Siemens Overhaul Includes Unit Spinoff

  • Then, Siemens' broad array of businesses, which range from high-speed trains to medical imaging equipment to wind turbines and power plants, were recarved into three main divisions: industry, energy and health care.

    Siemens Division to Focus on Green Infrastructure

  • Even farther to the north another door opening is found of which the fallen doorjambs, which are recarved from faceted columns, will possibly be placed back into their original upright position.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - The Macellum Report 4

  • It became clear that during its second phase of use Room 4 had a doorway (1.27 m wide; 0.46 m deep and 1.67 m preserved height) made of recycled column shafts recarved as doorposts and, to the right of it, a large window (1.47 m wide; 1.45 m preserved height) with similar recycled posts and a sill supported by a brick wall (0.80 m high) on the outside.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Macellum Report 5

  • In the east it was bordered by the large outer wall of the Macellum, in the north by a later wall and in the west by the original outer wall of the portico, which was made of re-used material (two door sills, two door jambs recarved from faceted columns, one column inserted in a wall) and rubble/brick masonry, part of which was already identified earlier.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - The Macellum Report 3

  • The front wall contains a lot of reused half-fluted columns partially recarved as door posts documenting a first recycling before they eventually ended up in the facade of the shops; one of the kaplan postu columns is seen lying down in the portico.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Macellum Report 3

  • Amber had recarved him, but it had not restored his sight.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • Tremane had good-naturedly commented that having a fake Imperial throne recarved into a fragile Hardornen throne was entirely appropriate.

    Storm Breaking

  • Tremane had good-naturedly commented that having a fake Imperial throne recarved into a fragile Hardornen throne was entirely appropriate.

    Storm Breaking

  • There, as often before, were the great men, Alexander's nearest friends, standing around the throne, the ancient throne of Babylon; its arms carved into crouching Assyrian bulls, its back recarved for Xerxes into the winged image of the unconquered sun.

    Funeral Games

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