How to use Repackaging in a sentence

repackaging
  • What you see today in the feminist agenda is a repackaging, a reincarnation of ancient Gnosticism.

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  • The Paul Hogan Show itself was actually a repackaging of material first screened on Network Nine in Australia in 1977.

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  • Is it just a repackaging of the above disk?

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  • Checking and repackaging product may cost far more than its saleable value.

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  • We are taking a new approach, not simply repackaging old structures.

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  • One person needs to be the designated shipping address and when the wholesale scrapbook products arrive, she will be responsible for repackaging the items for each group person.

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  • In a sense, they act as a wholesaler, buying airtime and data bandwidth in bulk, and then repackaging, remarketing and reselling it to the end consumer (i.e., you).

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