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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reshape.

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Examples

  • Had Griffin reshaped the program (and it was possible because this administration really cared not that much about space) to be a lever to drive the creation of private space transportation, to give it an anchor market which hopefully would drive down the cost of widen the scope of access ... well that might have made a difference.

    Mike Griffin Bids Farewell - NASA Watch

  • Robert Rauschenberg, the irrepressibly prolific American artist who time and again reshaped art in the 20th century, died Monday night.

    Remembering Robert Rauschenberg - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Robert Rauschenberg, the irrepressibly prolific American artist who time and again reshaped art in the 20th century, died Monday night.

    Remembering Robert Rauschenberg - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Jackson uses the enormous loot at his command to have his skin bleached, his hair straightened, his nose reshaped – in other words, to look more like a true Aryan, a member of The Master Race.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • Jackson uses the enormous loot at his command to have his skin bleached, his hair straightened, his nose reshaped – in other words, to look more like a true Aryan, a member of The Master Race.

    All About Style

  • There was also a return to traditional family values among the new Soviet elite, "most of whom had risen only recently from the peasantry and the working class" and had not been "reshaped" to abandon completely the moral standards of the world of their origins.

    In Stalin's Trap

  • But ever since then, every year I've kind of reshaped it.

    Interview: Kevin Smith on Zack and Miri Make a Porno! « FirstShowing.net

  • An affiliated Germanic word passed into French, which reshaped it into the noun hutte, from which English has a word evoking folktales and their forbidding forest settings replete with magical transformations: hut.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Throughout time, the movements of people and their languages have reshaped linguistic landscapes of wide regions.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Instead, they were markedly reshaped by speakers who needed them to mean new things or wanted them to look and sound substantially different.3

    The English Is Coming!

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