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It uses a new kind of chip that promises better battery life but requires a rewrite or translation software for older apps.
Part of what we’re trying to do is give a user-friendly rewrite of Lurie.
I have to-day written 103 and 104, all perfectly wrong, and shall have to rewrite them.
Each of the librri would write and rewrite the portions assigned to him, until the required number of copies had been made.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
A younger and more hopeful one saw in it its great elements of popularity, and encouraged him to rewrite it.
Carlyle had to rewrite his book, but his materials remained; his great pictures were all in his mind.
The text is very unsettled, apparently scribes and editors felt themselves free to rewrite it on occasion.
Afterwards, he began to rewrite it, with a view of accommodating it to his new purpose.
But there was also a scene which scandalised the editorial conscience and which the young man had promised to rewrite.
He was as sick about it as a Carlyle who must rewrite a burned-up history, an Audubon who must repaint all his pictures.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES

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