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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-CREATION

It will be a re-creation though the body will return to its former state.

This is the day of growth, expansion, creation, and re-creation.

It is for the artist to observe and apply them in his own work of re-creation.

This poem is the re-creation of a spiritual experience, a hymn of adoration.

Mam'selle Pauline had been touched by the re-creation of Valmet.

Through the disintegration of the old, re-creation becomes possible.

The poor artist is as God made him; and no one, not even a Tolstoi, is competent to undertake his re-creation.

To refuse to consider that vast question—the re-creation of a National Army on firm principles—is not to solve it.

That life has for its great attribute the re-cuperation—the re-creation of all which it touches.

Re-creation, in its original meaning, is exactly what must be provided for nerve cells.

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