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  • v. To stage a production again


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re- +‎ stage


  • Just for the sake of discussion, let's restage the photo shoot.

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  • McKinley to rewrite the book on which Ms. Taymor had collaborated with Glen Berger and restage the show.

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  • Hi Woonsocket or Sean Hanity or Glen Beck, you are obviously a frightwing plant trying pathetically to restage the election (which is over) sorry, by bringing up lame character assassinations already vetted out by the american people during the years long election season.

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  • Who will restage the Gordon riots or the Jarrow hunger marches of the 1930s?

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  • Since the former earlier this week defended the FIA decision to restage the race, even – disastrously –releasing the naive-looking report on which that decision was based, Ecclestone changed his position, while Todt's predecessor Max Mosley said there was not the slightest chance that the race would be run.

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  • Now it looks increasingly likely that Florida or Michigan will restage their Democratic primaries.

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  • Novels like "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" by Mohsin Hamid, about a Pakistani-American whose lucrative career on Wall Street starts to feel, after 9/11, like a betrayal of his Muslim kin, and "Netherland" by Joseph O'Neill, about the strained friendship of a wealthy European immigrant and a poor Caribbean immigrant in post-9/11 New York, do not try to restage the 9/11 attacks, diorama-fashion.

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  • Marcal worked with the Zunda Group to restage the brand and create a newly designed logo, brand identity and packaging graphics.

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  • Platform 18 is a scheme to support emergent Scottish artists who break the mould, and the Brick Award is handed out each year at the Edinburgh fringe, with the winners given the chance to restage their shows in Glasgow.

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  • "It was a very, very high-tension morning," said the filmmaker, who wanted to restage the original viral clip of Ms. Marsen all but using the vessel as a trampoline for an audience of stunned commuters.

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  • I've always found that getting up and heading for the exit is a pretty good way to speed this up.

    August 11, 2017

  • Here's my definition for restage: Restage: n. To be held hostage by a waiter or waitress who disappears before bringing, or otherwise takes a very long time to bring, you your check. (The word is a combination of restaurant and hostage).

    August 10, 2017