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  • noun The act or process of reimagining.

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Examples

  • It's just that the "reimagination" called for in the switch to the everything-is-free web model was untenable and involved gutting multimillion-dollar operations and giving up millions more of today's revenue on the chance that something would happen tomorrow.

    WSBTV.com - Local News

  • It's just that the "reimagination" called for in the switch to the everything-is-free web model was untenable and involved gutting multimillion-dollar operations and giving up millions more of today's revenue on the chance that something would happen tomorrow.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • It's just that the "reimagination" called for in the switch to the everything-is-free web model was untenable and involved gutting multimillion-dollar operations and giving up millions more of today's revenue on the chance that something would happen tomorrow.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • It's just that the "reimagination" called for in the switch to the everything-is-free web model was untenable and involved gutting multimillion-dollar operations and giving up millions more of today's revenue on the chance that something would happen tomorrow.

    WSBTV.com - Local News

  • That is why for so many of us, Moore's series is a betrayal because he isn't doing his "reimagination" with respect for the original in the way that Burton did with his Planet Of The Apes reinvention.

    Home Theater Forum

  • The very fertile period of the flowering of the late 19th century (which existed, depending on how you slice it, up until 1913 or 1914; also the same time as the emergence of the feature film), when cinema was new, found one kind of reimagination in the flicker films.

    Elusive Lucidity

  • "reimagination" of the city proposed for the site of the Morro Bay power plant.

    New Times News

  • Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus PhoenixAs we wrote behind in July, this is "retro cocktail hyper-focused upon a futuristic reimagination of postmodernism as good as neoclassicism as proletarian touchstones ... that we can dance to."

    The Best Albums Of 2009, In Bigger Than The Sound | Industry Fokery

  • Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus PhoenixAs we wrote behind in July, this is "retro cocktail hyper-focused upon a futuristic reimagination of postmodernism as good as neoclassicism as proletarian touchstones ... that we can dance to."

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Providing end-of-life care required a colossal act of reimagination and reinvention.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

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