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  • verb Simple past of redo.

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Examples

  • JustPassingBy says: nevermind the badass part, the mangaka redid the character concept when the oneshot was serialized.

    Baka Updates Manga

  • I just can't help but wonder if they simply went back and "redid" things - as a way of throwing a bone to a dog.

    Poll: Obama Up By Four Points Nationally

  • If we "redid" some of those early primary contests, Obama would do better now.)

    Bill Clinton: Hillary Will Win The Popular Vote In Primary States

  • Later, the Bergmans upgraded a bedroom and redid a bathroom.

    New Jersey's 'Nine Arches'

  • Tony Calarco Inspired by Mr. Sheeline's aunt, Julia Child, they redid the kitchen, installing French tile floors, commercial butcher-block countertops and a Garland stove that is still going strong 31 years later.

    A Historic Colonial

  • Steve Berman In 2005, following a moisture retention problem, Ms. Barnes and her husband Katsu Kawasaki redid the exterior of the house, replacing the original white synthetic stucco with blue stone.

    Pound Ridge Contemporary

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal Ms. Vincent said she also redid the bluestone patio off the kitchen and dining room.

    A Ridgewood Colonial

  • I onsighted a new 5.7 (it's all balancy and linear) and a new 5.8 (I actually sent the 5.8 like I had an elevator, which I have never managed before -- the 5.7 was harder -- the 5.8 was all big swingy dead-arm ape moves, which I love and am good at) and I redid a 5.6 that is becoming a sort of easy windup route for me.

    Oh, oops.

  • But my favorite part of her review, is this: β€œOne thing made me smile even before the movie began: they redid the Universal logo and theme song as an 8 bit video game version.”

    Mostly Positive Buzz for SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD after Early Test Screening – Collider.com

  • Inspired by the husband's aunt, Julia Child, they redid the kitchen, installing French tile floors, commercial butcher-block countertops and a Garland stove that is still going strong 31 years later.

    A Colonial On the Water

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