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  • noun Plural form of recycling.

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Examples

  • As the western reaches of Chelsea attracted contemporary art galleries around Richard Gluckman's exemplary architectural recyclings for the Dia Center for the Arts of 1987 – 1997 on West 22nd Street and the area became a trendy destination, the rehabilitation effort morphed into a cause célèbre among New York celebrities.

    Up in the Park

  • A study conducted by the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) showed that multiple recyclings of the fuel would be necessary to achieve major (e.g., 100-fold) reductions in radiotoxicity, and also that the full potential of a transmutation system can be exploited only with a commitment of one hundred years or more.

    Accelerator-driven nuclear energy

  • Gerth didn't sneak those recyclings into the "Times"'pages; the editors put it there (doubtless after assigning it to him yet again).

    New York Times Responds To Our Criticism Of Piece Slamming Edwards

  • Fast neutron reactors allow multiple recyclings of plutonium, since all transuranic isotopes there are fissionable, but in thermal reactors isotopic degradation limits the plutonium recycling potential and most spent MOX fuel is stored pending the deployment of more effective fast reactors.

    Mixed oxide fuel (MOX)

  • By contrast, Auster generally seems merely playful in his recyclings.

    Spellbound

  • It's an interesting fact in its own right of which I am quite aware that MMOG design debates are almost entirely recyclings of old MUD design debates.

    Just A Little R-E-S-P-E-C

  • It's an interesting fact in its own right of which I am quite aware that MMOG design debates are almost entirely recyclings of old MUD design debates.

    Just A Little R-E-S-P-E-C

  • These recyclings, like Shelley's plagiarism of a long poem from Monk Lewis 'Tales of Terror that led to the suppression of the "Victor and Cazire" volume, cast light on an aspect of his poetic talent that has been almost universally overlooked: Shelley, unlike Byron or even Keats, was not a facile or prolific versifier.

    Shelley Comes of Age

  • If I were obsessive enough, I bet I could find several more interconnections, but I suspect that there would still be a great many warped and unrecognizable recyclings that would forever elude me.

    Brainwashed - Home

  • Star Trek seemed ill-augured, not only because the 40-year-old show has been through so many big - and small-screen recyclings already, but because-well, how do you "reboot" something that's so thoroughly analog?

    Slate Magazine

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