re-creation

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  • In this case it is no less than the re-creation of a character. Cited from Love's Final Victory, by Horatio
  • It will be a re-creation though the body will return to its former state. Cited from The Faith of Islam, by Edward Sell
  • This allowed for the re-creation of the water environment.
  • It is most interesting today as a very early example of an architectural re-creation.
  • It was in many ways a re-creation of Old England.
  • Even they also may be made the instruments of revelation and re-creation. Cited from Towards the Great Peace, by Ralph Adams Cram
  • A meticulous re-creation of the church's interior required another two years of work.
  • With an unknown number surviving, this re-creation is a rare sight at classic car events.
  • The gardens lay abandoned until their 20th-century re-creation.
  • Again, he had to think of a re-creation of the language of men, till God should be a new word. Cited from The Jesus of History, by T. R. Glover
  • The set was a re-creation of a beautiful chalet she owned.
  • The ground floor is composed of social history exhibits and a re-creation of the school that occupied the building.
  • In order to effect this re-creation, however, He had first to do away with death and corruption.
  • He has been offering commercial scanning and roll master re-creation since the mid-1990s.
  • Through the body creatures act, and hence creation, destruction, and re-creation are due to the body. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • The modern version is a re-creation of this rite done in late May to early June.
  • It was also generally praised for its open-ended action and entertaining re-creation of 1980s culture.
  • It is a museum containing a re-creation of a Viking ship of the same name.
  • The preservation of all existing species of life and the re-creation of extinguished species.
  • The final re-creation of a "new heaven and a new earth." then follows the millennium.
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