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And, of course, no Area re-creation is complete without a silver-walled dance floor, finished with flashing lights.

The film, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Matt Damon, opens with a vivid re-creation of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

“We show them how to make a film—it could be a re-creation of a nightmare sequence, a montage,” he says.

In fact, the more you know about Watergate, the more you will enjoy his novelistic re-creation of that remarkable time.

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

Rather to make me rejoice in the hope of a new order of things—the re-creation of society!

That the renewal and re-creation come unconsciously not by set intention but makes them the more genuine.

Re-creation, infinitely more wonderful than mere calling into existence, is the prerogative of the poet.

It was the afternoon of the second day, as the girl phrased it in the dismal re-creation of her universe.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to re-creation, such as: account, art, cartoon, copy, depiction, and description.

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