It is not, therefore, a paraphrase, but a re-cast of the original.
But, in fact, this re-cast was altogether and absolutely a new work.
Nevertheless it is only too common for bells to be re-cast when there is no necessity.
It was very extensive, and here the old bells of the Church were re-cast in 1759.
The substance in it is perennial; but every form is transient, and must be expanded, changed, re-cast.
Then re-cast by Pellicer, in 1840, it was re-published by him some twenty years later.
"Consulting modern taste" means really a mere imitation, a re-cast of the ancient past in modern material.
One of these was, some years ago, re-cast; and now bears the inscription “voco ad templum, date 1759.”
During the meal which followed, he re-cast a little of that opinion he had formed of her the night before.
There is nothing of the student—no suggestion of their having been re-written or re-cast.