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That effort is aided by reframing rewrites from outlets like Gateway Pundit and Breitbart, which can pick up on and help spread misleading narratives about real incidents to larger audiences.
She had blotted the page of her old life that night and it never would be rewritten.
THE HOUSE UNDER THE SEASIR MAX PEMBERTON
The first page was rewritten and only then did the symphony receive the title: Sinfonia eroica.
Mozart had crossed out whole passages, and rewritten them with the remark, "I should have done this so."
A more hopeless bit of composition I have seldom read, and four times it was rewritten as I built it into shape.
THE STORY OF AN UNTOLD LOVEPAUL LEICESTER FORD
The pamphlet was rewritten and enlarged, and a third edition of 1818 gives a full exposition of his theory.
These absolute constructions can ordinarily be rewritten into adverb clauses.
PLAIN ENGLISHMARIAN WHARTON
They have made what we once thought history absurd, and have rewritten the story of the world.
THE YOUNG MAN AND THE WORLDALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
You will see how badly I have put this, even though I have rewritten the beginning of this letter several times.
THE BUILDERSELLEN GLASGOW
It is advised that, as pupils suggest improvements, each account be rewritten by the teacher.

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