• As War Minister he had the gigantic task of demobilizing armies of between four and five millions who had been in the war, of providing armies of occupation and forces for immediate garrisoning of the Empire, of building up an after-war army, and of re-creating the territorial army.

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  • for re-creating the, Lake y Re/mayo ~ ~_ of Moeris (q.v.).

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  • re-createlass="ex">Re-creating the atmosphere of the 1940s is no mean feat for any company.

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  • re-createult is that the film is batted between the two actors, each re-creating the story in their own image.

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  • re-createingHandle (inherited from Control) Gets a value indicating whether the control is currently re-creating its handle.

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  • Re-creating the atmosphere of the 1940s is no mean feat for any company.

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  • The result is that the film is batted between the two actors, each re-creating the story in their own image.

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  • RecreatingHandle (inherited from Control) Gets a value indicating whether the control is currently re-creating its handle.

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  • With a good understanding of Victorian design principles, re-creating the look with modern sources is a breeze.

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  • You may have the best luck emulating the retro two-piece, because so many designers are committed to re-creating this look.

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  • Thus did the Christmas we know come to be, and so Victorian Christmas costumes are the most appropriate when re-creating a traditional Christmas party.

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  • Re-creating old movies allows directors and screenwriters to have a new take on an old idea, along with giving audiences nostalgic feelings.

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