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reconceptualized

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reconceptualize.

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Examples

  • Peter Cushing, the cadaverous star of many a postwar British horror movie, reconceptualized Holmes as an enigmatic brooder.

    The Game Is Always Afoot

  • “Pretty Woman” was initially intended to be a dark drama about prostitution in Los Angeles called “Three-Thousand,” but was reconceptualized somewhere along the line by screenwriter J.F. Lawton as a romantic comedy.

    Top 10 Highest-Grossing R-Rated Comedies » Scene-Stealers

  • Surely we cannot have comic book characters being rewritten or reintroduced or reconceptualized.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: The Prince and the Paupers

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: Bush's 'Decision Points' Is A Terrifying Journey Into the Authoritarian Mind

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: The Prince and the Paupers

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: The Prince and the Paupers

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: The Prince and the Paupers

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: Bush's 'Decision Points' Is A Terrifying Journey Into the Authoritarian Mind

  • Bush's memoir is arguably the most important book of the year because it reveals -- far better than do books by Charlie Savage, Isikoff and Corn, or Bob Woodward -- how he fundamentally reconceptualized the functions of the presidency, the balance of power among the branches of government, and the expectations and obligations of citizens, with lasting effects.

    Anis Shivani: The Prince and the Paupers

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