re-create

[ ree-kree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-create
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Only one of you made the effort to re-create Shylock's home.

You cannot create them artificially or re-create them when once they are disintegrated.

The other woman, having passed her youth, strove now to re-create it in her costume.

We cannot re-create the nerve tracts that have been obliterated.

The Soviet Government was obliged to re-create it, just like the army, out of fragments.

I mean, you re-create my vision of the woman I loved and lost--the woman I saw in her, not the woman she was.

Would it be possible to re-create the Ireland of Goldsmith's days?

By the law of 14th October 1686 an attempt was made to re-create and reform the tottering system.

Soon he would have lost the right mood, and he would be compelled to re-create it before he could resume the work.

But for a stranger to re-create the heart or head of a red man, it were easier to change the color of his skin.

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