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  • verb Present participle of reconjure.

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Examples

  • There is some interesting reconjuring of the Italian gothic golden age to be found in Lamberto Bava's recent THE TORTURER too, but Argento really nails it and proves that it could all live again if enough people cared.

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  • There is some interesting reconjuring of the Italian gothic golden age to be found in Lamberto Bava's recent THE TORTURER too, but Argento really nails it and proves that it could all live again if enough people cared.

    Notes on THE MOTHER OF TEARS

  • Although Armstrong's life story has been told many times before, Mr. Teachout does a nimble job of reconjuring the trajectory of Armstrong's experience, which coincided with - or was in the vanguard of - so many formative events in 20th-century Afro-American history, from the Great Migration that brought many Southern blacks North to cities like Chicago to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and '30s.

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