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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reshape.

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Examples

  • The impact of such a recall reshapes not only the companies concerned but also their environment:

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  • Afghanistan is back in the news periodically as Obama "reshapes" U.S. involvement in the country.

    Afghanistan - The "Good" War?

  • The expansion is a big one: it has a catastrophic event happen in the online game that "reshapes"

    Forbes.com: News

  • Lip reduction surgery done well, decreases lip size and reshapes excessively large lips to create a more attractive and proportionate lip structure.

    Robert Tornambe, M.D.: Lip Reduction Surgery-A Contrary Trend

  • Picasso and Warhol are being outsold by Chinese painters as a new wave of wealthy buyers reshapes the global market.

    Art's New Pecking Order

  • I hope it reshapes how we listen to the world regardless of how the music sounds.

    Jill Donenfeld: Band Bites: Pigs and Veggies With Matthew Herbert

  • Harold: Walker not only strips a category of workers of rights they've held for half a century, he also reshapes the electorate to his liking.

    Tyranny in Wisconsin, part 3

  • But when a film like this that comes out, and successfully gives a sense of how a shambling sequence of serendipitous events and synchronicities converge, ebb and flow, not only affects the people it happens to but reshapes them, it becomes really important in its own right.

    Brad Balfour: Actor Jesse Eisenberg Creates A Zuckerberg Profile For The Social Network

  • By throwing out not just the bathwater of generous pensions but the baby of unions, too, Walker not only strips a category of workers of rights they've held for half a century, he also reshapes the electorate to his liking.

    Scrooge-ism in Wisconsin, part 2

  • The Asian Aerospace trade fair starts Tuesday in Hong Kong, and will reflect the sensitivities of mainland China as it reshapes the global aviation industry.

    What's News

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