reinterpreting love

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  • verb Present participle of reinterpret.

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Examples

  • (In fact, the deception involved in reinterpreting intelligence to justify the invasion should have earned Bush and Cheney a double impeachment, but we’ll let that go for the good of the country now.)

    The Early Word: July 4th Edition - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • And while the covers of Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Pharrell Williams songs might seem like clever-arsed, ironic faux-eclecticism of the Jo Whiney Live Lounge variety to some, it's really no different than what jazzers have always done, namely reinterpreting the hits of the day.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • "reinterpreting" the characters for a larger demographic doesn't necessarily net more viewers while simultaneously tweaking the hard-core fans who want their Merry Mutants as close to comic-book-accurate as possible.

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  • In reinterpreting these objects on an oversized scale, Ai stimulates dialogue about the fate of artworks that exist within dynamic and sometimes volatile cultural and political settings, while extending his ongoing exploration of the "fake" and the copy in relation to the original.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • In reinterpreting these objects on an oversized scale, Ai stimulates dialogue about the fate of artworks that exist within dynamic and sometimes volatile cultural and political settings, while extending his ongoing exploration of the "fake" and the copy in relation to the original.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • She is not, however, an artist exploding with post-collegiate angst, reinterpreting the Stones through the eyes of an American woman, but she translates the urgency and intensity of "Exile in Guyville" into something warm and serious in a way Phair's late career diva yearnings strayed dangerously far away from.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Tunage

  • She is not, however, an artist exploding with post-collegiate angst, reinterpreting the Stones through the eyes of an American woman, but she translates the urgency and intensity of "Exile in Guyville" into something warm and serious in a way Phair's late career diva yearnings strayed dangerously far away from.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Tunage

  • In reinterpreting these objects on an oversized scale, Ai stimulates dialogue about the fate of artworks that exist within dynamic and sometimes volatile cultural and political settings, while extending his ongoing exploration of the "fake" and the copy in relation to the original.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

  • Brandy wants us to know how hard it is for her to fondle Maks while reinterpreting Gilles Marini's foxtrot: "I feel so shy; I don't know why," she rhymes.

    'Dancing with the Stars' mentor week: We watch so you don't have to

  • In reinterpreting these objects on an oversized scale, Ai stimulates dialogue about the fate of artworks that exist within dynamic and sometimes volatile cultural and political settings, while extending his ongoing exploration of the "fake" and the copy in relation to the original.

    Bill Bush: The History of Humankind in 3D: This Artweek.LA (August 15-21, 2011)

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