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They are a Philistine remodelling of the Biblical drama, in the same style as his historical pictures.
There have been marvels on the canvas so beautiful that one approaches the work of remodelling it with awe.
PHINEAS FINNANTHONY TROLLOPE
They turned it into a playhouse, by remodelling its gallery into a dress-circle and balcony and adding another gallery above.
THE CLANSMANTHOMAS DIXON
The remodelling of the private apartments of the castle has been effected with due regard to convenience and splendour.
This remodelling was carried out with extreme moderation; if the voluntary retirement of MM.
God's little tool—innocent-looking little tool enough—for the remodelling of the destinies of this world.
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
There is really very great Skill in the Adaptation, and Remodelling of it.
Still, the errors already described certainly showed a lack of efficiency, and they have led to a remodelling of the office.
The plans for the remodelling of Opal Farm-house are really very attractive and yet it will be delightfully simple to care for.
THE GARDEN, YOU, AND IMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT
He made the Harvard Law School a success by remodelling its administration and by introducing the “case” system of instruction.

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