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reinterpretations

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  • noun Plural form of reinterpretation.

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Examples

  • I have faith in Rob Zombie's Hlloween remake even though I see no point in most of these new horror "reinterpretations" of films that are barely one or two decades old.

    John Carpenter

  • McCain says of the new bill: "Weakening the Geneva protection is not only unnecessary, but would set an example to other countries, with less respect for basic human rights, that they could issue their own legislative 'reinterpretations'."

    "Retroactive Immunity?"

  • These eleven mostly acoustic versions of Reagan-era alternative classics are a wise acknowledgment of a simple truth: While there's no point in recording an album of sound-alike covers, collections of unrecognizable "reinterpretations" are equally worthless.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • These eleven mostly acoustic versions of Reagan-era alternative classics are a wise acknowledgment of a simple truth: While there's no point in recording an album of sound-alike covers, collections of unrecognizable "reinterpretations" are equally worthless.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • These eleven mostly acoustic versions of Reagan-era alternative classics are a wise acknowledgment of a simple truth: While there's no point in recording an album of sound-alike covers, collections of unrecognizable "reinterpretations" are equally worthless.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • These eleven mostly acoustic versions of Reagan-era alternative classics are a wise acknowledgment of a simple truth: While there's no point in recording an album of sound-alike covers, collections of unrecognizable "reinterpretations" are equally worthless.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • These eleven mostly acoustic versions of Reagan-era alternative classics are a wise acknowledgment of a simple truth: While there's no point in recording an album of sound-alike covers, collections of unrecognizable "reinterpretations" are equally worthless.

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • "reinterpretations" of the tracks by the likes of Suicide.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • "reinterpretations" of the tracks by the likes of Suicide.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • "reinterpretations" of the tracks by the likes of Suicide.

    The Line Of Best Fit

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