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Much of the reshaping and all of the decorating was done, after business hours, by the clever and pious hands of the villagers.
THE BOOK OF SUSANLEE WILSON DODD
He felt that his imagination was reshaping itself, preparing to receive an impression never experienced until now.
THE OCTOPUSFRANK NORRIS
The schools of England are reshaping themselves—in fact, are being remade—as a result of the shortcomings set forth by the war.
From life and from books he drew his material, each time reshaping it with a master-hand.
THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIREGEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK
She made over her old clothes, reshaping them so that they would last longer and still look stylish.
THE "GENIUS"THEODORE DREISER
They risked the chance they had of reshaping the structure of human society to a higher level of common sense and liberty.
PEOPLE OF DESTINYPHILIP GIBBS
But it is in the subtle grafting and reshaping one must needs do to the brain that my trouble lies.
HUMAN ANIMALSFRANK HAMEL
He may use the same den year after year, repairing and reshaping it; or perhaps he will dig a new one.
THE GRIZZLYENOS A. MILLS
The melting down of the family silver and the reshaping it on new models is not to acquire new silver.
The Lucretian Venus, by reshaping our senses and instincts, builds that coloured dome once more.

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