Redeveloped sentence example

redeveloped
  • The entire East Coast had to be purged and redeveloped.
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  • Do express enthusiasm for the revered Balti and be admiring of the redeveloped bullring.
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  • Ayr harbor is a point of historical interest and the south side has recently been redeveloped to include luxury flats.
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  • The site is being redeveloped to include a new housing estate.
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  • The area has been extensively redeveloped around it, except for some very Victorian houses.
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  • Whilst a lot of the pages look similar to the previous version, the site has been completely redeveloped from the ground up.
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  • Newport Pagnell URC presents Desert Island Disks with Castaway Adrian Boynton Thursday 16 November at 7.30 pm in the newly redeveloped Church.
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  • The University has recently redeveloped the Modular Scheme, which had been in place for 9 years.
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  • Walton-on-Thames town center was totally redeveloped in the early 1960s.
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  • The hospital has now closed and the site redeveloped as housing.
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  • The marina and harbor have been redeveloped as part of the Renaissance of Whitehaven.
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  • The south side of Norfolk Street has been redeveloped comprehensively for a housing development which turns its back on the street.
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  • The site is being redeveloped to provide housing in the area.
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  • Royal Leamington Spa ' s Royal Pump Rooms have been redeveloped to create a cultural complex worthy of the 21st century.
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  • Once back to back housing, the parish was redeveloped in the 1960s.
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  • In addition, many of the smaller employment sites are being redeveloped for housing.
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  • The space cleared will probably be redeveloped for housing purposes -- a prime site next to the station.
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  • The hospital has developed or redeveloped services, which were only a gleam in somebody 's eye, into major facilities open to all.
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  • The existing terminus station could be redeveloped or could be retained for use on race days only.
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  • Subsequent effort strains and tires the muscle unless it is reconditioned and redeveloped.
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