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How to use recasting in a sentence

Mr. Lewes advised me to put it by for a time and take it up again, with a view to recasting it.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. III (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
Much might be said for a complete disregard of usage, for a thorough recasting of our system of punctuation.
"STOPS"PAUL ALLARDYCE
The abandonment and recasting of the old-style guns speedily followed.
A PORTRAIT OF OLD GEORGE TOWNGRACE DUNLOP ECKER
I was in the act of recasting my second sentence, when the light went out.
BERRY AND CO.DORNFORD YATES
The process of recasting took place in the large field on the south side of the Church.
THE STORY OF AN ANCIENT PARISHH. R. COULTHARD
They saw no need for recasting any of the more fundamental positions of pure theology.
JACOB BEHMENALEXANDER WHYTE
That would have to be washed out at once or it would be crying up to him eternally and recasting the tragic picture.
THE PAGAN MADONNAHAROLD MACGRATH
Perner handed back the sheet, and Capers immediately set about recasting his stanzas.
THE BREAD LINEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
Professor Perry's book has passed through many editions and has recently been subjected to a thorough revision and recasting.
CONTEMPORARY SOCIALISMJOHN RAE
These reflections had led Rabourdin to desire the recasting of the clerical official staff.
BUREAUCRACYHONORE DE BALZAC

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