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reconceptualizes

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

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Examples

  • That said, we're dedicated to a different kind of publishing, one that "reconceptualizes the very goals of publishing."

    Free Books from Concord Free Press

  • The idea reconceptualizes a product and its manufacture, arguing products should be made from “biological” and “technical” nutrients.

    USPS Cradle to Cradle The Greening of America's Postal Supply Chain

  • What matters for our purposes is the way in which it explicitly reconceptualizes a theory of managed consumption as one of managed excess.

    Economies of Excess in Brillat-Savarin, Balzac, and Baudelaire

  • Berlin reconceptualizes African-American history as the story of a people uprooted and searching for home.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Thavolia Glymph's Out of the House of Bondage: The Transformation of the Plantation Household (Cambridge University Press) reconceptualizes the planter household as a workplace with labor and class as well as gender and race relations.

    NewBlackMan

  • Connie’s Friday Fillip of a while back included a link to this amazing paper, Magic Ink, which reconceptualizes computer programming as information design and graphical design.

    SeaDragon and Magic Ink — Slaw

  • Connie’s Friday Fillip [1] of a while back included a link to this amazing paper, Magic Ink [2], which reconceptualizes computer programming as information design and graphical design.

    Slaw » SeaDragon and Magic Ink » Print

  • Connie’s Friday Fillip of a while back included a link to this amazing paper, Magic Ink, which reconceptualizes computer programming as information design and graphical design.

    SeaDragon and Magic Ink — Slaw

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