Repackaged sentence example

repackaged
  • The company's modus operandi is the centralized production of homogenized, repackaged faux " local " news.

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  • Both the VHS and DVD programs are completely remastered from the original film elements and newly repackaged utilizing the original album art.

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  • The new accessories kit extracted from its original box is then repackaged, known in the trade as ' split kit ' .

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  • At first in the shop I thought Coke had just repackaged Diet Coke.

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  • All products to be returned must be carefully repackaged in their original packing.

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  • In a coals to Newcastle kind of deal, the UK club promoters exported their newly repackaged youth culture back to Ibiza.

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  • Expect a new single, ' Ores ' (Apr 11th on fierce panda) and a repackaged version of ' Hurrah !

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  • Having our albums repackaged and bought and drooled over by the people who said we were shit before we split.

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  • Ally 's album " Calling out to you " was released in Japan but has been remastered and repackaged with an exclusive bonus track.

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  • The new accessories kit extracted from its original box is then repackaged, known in the trade as ' split kit '.

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  • Everything is repackaged with the correct manuals, cables and boxes.

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  • If carefully removed and repackaged in plastic, they can be used again, but most will tear or dry up if not handled carefully.

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  • This time, though, I noticed that the lip products had been repackaged into sleeker, shinier and more petite tubes.

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  • Instead of a truly new product, it was the same ingredients repackaged.

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  • Once the camera passes muster, it is repackaged and ready for resale.

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  • So they repackaged the drug under the name Zyban, and it is now prescribed to smokers wanting to shake the habit.

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