Re-create sentence examples

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  • They brought from their native Italy a thorough knowledge of the science of government as the middle ages understood it, and the decimation of the Hungarian magnates during the civil wars enabled them to re-create the noble hierarchy on a feudal basis, in which full allowance was made for Magyar idiosyncracies.

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  • We were able to re-create the original choreography for our production in the West End which was a huge honor.

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  • With slate we tend to paint the letters off-white to re-create the freshly cut contrast.

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  • re-create suitable habitat to allow them to continue to thrive on the heath.

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  • re-create a scene of the tomb.

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  • re-create landscapes of the past as an aid to understanding the present?

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  • re-create the sound however, much to their own surprise.

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  • re-create as many aspects of life in period 1450 - 1585 as possible.

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  • re-create fenland habitat adjacent to two nature reserves in the fens of Lincolnshire.

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  • re-create several hundred hectares of chalk grassland in the coming years offers huge benefits to people and wildlife.

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  • Nor is it an attempt to faithfully re-create or re-enter childhood.

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  • Having bathed, he sat down to re-create his intellectual man.

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  • One of the aims of the Project is to re-create suitable habitat to allow them to continue to thrive on the heath.

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  • Many churches ' lay out the body of Jesus '... in a small chapel, they re-create a scene of the tomb.

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  • Can we re-create landscapes of the past as an aid to understanding the present?

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  • They could n't re-create the sound however, much to their own surprise.

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  • The Red Wyvern society (The Clifford Household) seeks to re-create as many aspects of life in period 1450 - 1585 as possible.

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  • This exciting project aims to re-create fenland habitat adjacent to two nature reserves in the fens of Lincolnshire.

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  • The opportunity to re-create several hundred hectares of chalk grassland in the coming years offers huge benefits to people and wildlife.

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  • Too often, entrepreneurs give up prematurely when faced with surmountable obstacles. Too often, they move forward aggressively when they should stop, reflect and re-create.

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  • Give yourself plenty of time to find the right baker/caterer who can re-create the creative wedding cake you have in mind, and you're sure to have a sweet reception.

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  • The licensing contract grants the company the right to re-create various interpretations of these religious artifacts for their Christian product line, which also features bookmarks, key chains and rosary boxes.

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  • Historians and costumers have worked together to dissect the suits of the time and re-create them for stage, screen and historical settings.

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  • Many of the current styles come directly from the fashions set forth by the men of this time, and it can be as fun to learn about them as to re-create them.

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  • Watch ESPN footage of real fights and then re-create some of the most famous boxing scenarios for you to experience.

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  • Basically, the renderings re-create a real (or imagined) object, pixel by pixel.

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  • Re-create it for your friends or for yourself using video game tabs.

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  • The passion for Victoriana is huge and many costumers have done extensive research so as to re-create the costumes exactly, down to the tiniest detail.

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  • The idea though is that everything is in one place so that you can look back on what you did and re-create it or simply observe changes over time.

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  • If you feel a connection with Bullseye, though, a good tattoo artist can help you re-create his image in a less prominent place.

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  • The last thing you want to do is to re-create the sugar addiction which led you to dieting.

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  • Seems Kelly wanted to put more of her own stamp on the album, and her label wanted to re-create the success of her first album by focusing on pre-fab pop songs.

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  • It is fairly easy to re-create these costumese because they are based on actual outfits that people wear.

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  • There are also a couple of companies that re-create the look of the uniforms.

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