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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recombine.

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Examples

  • Translucent, with thick and thin layers of sooty black, Mitchell heightens the degree of difficulty in his works by braking the ceramic platters before he draws on them with smoke and then recombines them.

    Paul Klein: With 12 Months to Go, the Best Show of the Year Opens Tonight

  • Translucent, with thick and thin layers of sooty black, Mitchell heightens the degree of difficulty in his works by braking the ceramic platters before he draws on them with smoke and then recombines them.

    Paul Klein: With 12 Months to Go, the Best Show of the Year Opens Tonight

  • He goes on to cite a dichotomy between "culture" and "civilization": The former generates musical forms blues, country, reggae, hip-hop, and the latter refines and recombines them, but with "detachment and irony."

    When the Music Stopped

  • It is surely as original an act as that which takes, from nature and existing culture, the ideas of clay-bricks, buildings, temples, mountains, pyramid forms, steps, and so on, and recombines them into the first ziggurat.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Translucent, with thick and thin layers of sooty black, Mitchell heightens the degree of difficulty in his works by braking the ceramic platters before he draws on them with smoke and then recombines them.

    Paul Klein: With 12 Months to Go, the Best Show of the Year Opens Tonight

  • Translucent, with thick and thin layers of sooty black, Mitchell heightens the degree of difficulty in his works by braking the ceramic platters before he draws on them with smoke and then recombines them.

    Paul Klein: With 12 Months to Go, the Best Show of the Year Opens Tonight

  • It is surely as original an act as that which takes, from nature and existing culture, the ideas of clay-bricks, buildings, temples, mountains, pyramid forms, steps, and so on, and recombines them into the first ziggurat.

    Creative Control - Part 4

  • That is because the actual process of combustion takes apart and recombines chemicals into new supertoxins.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • That is because the actual process of combustion takes apart and recombines chemicals into new supertoxins.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • That is because the actual process of combustion takes apart and recombines chemicals into new supertoxins.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

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