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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recultivate.

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Examples

  • In late 1938, DeMille sent Keyes over to the Selznick studio to audition for a part in Gone With the Wind, where her vanquished Georgia accent had to be recultivated.

    Empire of Dreams

  • After the valuable minerals are separated, the remaining sands are returned to the deposit and the land recultivated.

    Titanium

  • For, a true culture of respect for human rights can only be recultivated within the environs of peace, stability, friendship, food and shelter for all.

    AFRICA HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

  • For, a true culture of respect for human rights can only be recultivated within the environs of peace, stability, friendship, food and shelter for all.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Decades of open-cast mining had left gigantic holes and slag heaps scattered across the landscape, but in the late 1990s, the opencast Goitzsche mine was recultivated to include four lakes with a surface area of 2,350 hectares.

    Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE

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