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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reimagine.

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Examples

  • The book is scrupulously researched -- but utterly reimagined from the standpoint of dramatic viability.

    A Conversation with James Ellroy author of The Cold Six Thousand

  • Once "vocality" is reimagined from the waver and give of textual inscription, it is always at base equi-vocation, a case of present contingency — evincing, without vouching for, the existence of a potential otherness in one and the same wording.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • But then with the launch of the "reimagined" Battlestar Galactica, he was suddenly taking us places I as a viewer never even knew existed.

    MIND MELD: If We Ran Battlestar Galactica

  • But then with the launch of the "reimagined" Battlestar Galactica, he was suddenly taking us places I as a viewer never even knew existed.

    April 2009

  • I remember there being much scepticism over the news that the series was being 'reimagined', although the creators and actors had excellent form, but somehow it worked out better than anyone could have expected.

    Galacticawatch 10: Season 4, Episode 20

  • But then I also have spent years reading comic books where characters often get "reimagined" the comics industry uses the term "retcon" but continue to use these allusions to the original subject matter in order to assure the reader/viewer that the franchise really hasn't gone so far from what made it great that we can't recognizes reflections or shadows of the original.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • But then I also have spent years reading comic books where characters often get "reimagined" the comics industry uses the term "retcon" but continue to use these allusions to the original subject matter in order to assure the reader/viewer that the franchise really hasn't gone so far from what made it great that we can't recognizes reflections or shadows of the original.

    Star Trek

  • I remember there being much scepticism over the news that the series was being 'reimagined', although the creators and actors had excellent form, but somehow it worked out better than anyone could have expected.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • When writer/producer Ronald D. Moore won a 2006 award in Los Angeles for his work on the 'reimagined' Battlestar Galactica, host and noted science fiction critic Harlan Ellison congratulated him for taking the 'worst SF TV show' of all time and turning it into the best.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • When writer/producer Ronald D. Moore won a 2006 award in Los Angeles for his work on the 'reimagined' Battlestar Galactica, host and noted science fiction critic Harlan Ellison congratulated him for taking the 'worst SF TV show' of all time and turning it into the best.

    Battlestar Galactica: The Mini-Series

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