Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To handle or have to do with again; remodel; revise.

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Examples

  • Anything coming in is negative and it's in rolls, and I rehandle them because they're put away in the flat boxes.

    The Film Mystery

  • The whole history of medieval verse Romances, indeed, illustrates this lyrical tendency to rehandle inherited material.

    A Study of Poetry

  • It was this put-away treasure that he was trying to find and rehandle.

    The Light That Failed

  • When later poets in an uncritical age take up and rehandle the poetic themes of their predecessors, they always give to the stories "a new costume," as M. Gaston Paris remarks in reference to thirteenth century dealings with French epics of the eleventh century.

    Homer and His Age

  • Gui de Blois, to rehandle the book in the French interest; and once again in his old age his work was recast with a view to effacing the large debt which he owed to his predecessor, Jean le Bel.

    A History of French Literature Short Histories of the Literatures of the World: II.

  • In case you are wondering, all of our strip ratios include the rehandle cost or the rehandle tonnage of waste dump.

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  • So this sulfide pit, we'd assume that you have to rehandle that oxide waste dump because that's where the dump is sitting.

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  • In case you are wondering, all of our strip ratios include the rehandle cost or the rehandle tonnage of waste dump.

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  • So this sulfide pit, we'd assume that you have to rehandle that oxide waste dump because that's where the dump is sitting.

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  • _employe_ which Balzac was to rehandle so often, but drops suddenly into brigands stopping diligences, the marriage of the heroine Annette with a retired pirate marquis of vast wealth, the trial of the latter for murdering another marquis with a poisoned fish-bone scarf-pin, his execution, the sanguinary reprisals by his redoubtable lieutenant, and

    The Human Comedy: Introductions and Appendix

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