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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of recreate.


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  • Joyce Bernann McKinney, a former beauty queen who earlier this year paid £25,000 to have her dead pet recreated, is accused of instructing a 15-year-old boy to break into a house because she needed funds to help another beloved animal, her three-legged horse.

    Boing Boing

  • Today they released a photo of Hagrid’s Hut, which looks to be very accurately recreated from the films.

    New Photo From The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Hagrid’s Hut | /Film

  • Both the Senators are impressively recreated, which is no surprise, as it's from Silver and Goldie Goodman, who did TrackBack

    New World Notes

  • The show includes four new paintings of objects, nine prints, and many schoolroom objects, such as recreated slate tablets and small desks.

    Sharon L. Butler: Vija Celmins: The Artist and a Human Gesture

  • This was so clumsily done that there is even an occurrence of the term 'reintelligent designed' ( 'recreated' with 'intelligent design' used to replace the creation in the middle of the word).

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The Calabasas, Calif., company admitted to providing "recreated" documents related to a bankruptcy case of a Pennsylvania homeowner, the New York Times reported yesterday.

    Traders Move on Countrywide

  • Countrywide later said one of its technicians "recreated" them electronically.

    Judge Rejects Countrywide Plan

  • However Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, said: Frequently the 'recreated' schools look suspiciously like the pre-recreated schools....

    Struggling Catholic Schools Considering Charter School Status

  • As the structure which controlled the RDP was "recreated" there might be a need to address the question of posts, and the Public

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Alden may have "recreated" themselves with this ancient form of croquet -- if any recreation were possible for the four women of the colony, who, with the help of one servant and a few young girls or maidekins, had to prepare and cook food for three days for one hundred and twenty hungry men, ninety-one of them being Indians, with an unbounded capacity for gluttonous gorging unsurpassed by any other race.

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England


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