How to use Remaking in a sentence

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  • This is an example of the continual process of remaking that allows for cultural adaptation rather than revolution.

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  • The Greeks and Romans knew that glass could be used over and over and perfected the art of remaking it.

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  • Consider remaking or altering a heirloom dress that has been handed down through your family.

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  • They are experts at remaking, emphasizing and flattering every body type.

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  • Nowadays it seems that Hollywood has almost entirely run out of brilliant new ideas and is just copying old ideas, remaking them into feature films for children.

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  • After the earthquake, Jones and Richie decided remaking the song would be the appropriate thing to do.

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  • The remaking of the city was enormously expensive, especially the alteration of the streets after 1866, when the city received power to make such alterations and assess a part of the improvements upon abutting estates.

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  • The community had now become self-supporting, and the year that witnessed these changes witnessed also the first representative assembly in North America, the Virginia House of Burgesses, a meeting of planters sent from the plantations to assist the governor in reforming and remaking the laws of the colony.

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  • When the Civil War came in 1861 the attitude of San Francisco was at first uncertain, for the pro-slavery Democrats had controlled the state and city, although parties were remaking in the late 'fifties.

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  • He laid the groundwork of his heliocentric theory between 1506 and 1512, and brought it to completion in De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium (1543) The colossal task of remaking astronomy on an inverted design was, in this treatise, virtually accomplished.

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  • By the vehemence of his rhetoric, by the fervour of his grandiose schemes for the remaking of China at the time of the revolution, he captured the imagination of considerable sections of the public, especially in the United States; but his subsequent career failed to justify his own belief in himself as a heaven-sent reformer.

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