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  • Five years later the well was refashioned into a water tower and tank standing high.
  • Therefore they often desire to refashion all of society into a gift economy.
  • He may refashion institutions that may express the new in modern terms. Cited from Society, by Henry Kalloch Rowe
  • They attempted to refashion it in their own ecclesiastical image based on English models.
  • They refashioned the Prussian army on modern lines, with a reserve system.
  • There the former tried to refashion the work of many months -- two hundred pages of a novel which the flames destroyed. Cited from Port O' Gold, by Louis John Stellman
  • I wish I could grasp the all in my hand and refashion it into something more perfect, more lasting, more beautiful. Cited from The Road to Damascus, by August Strindberg
  • We are the descendants of men who fashioned parties in their beginning; and, if need be, we can refashion them. Cited from The South and the National Government, by William Howard Taft
  • Similar is the Christian myth of Christ, whose death refashions the world.
  • Those mangled thousands are not dead; they live, Refashioned men by freedom. Cited from Freedom, Truth and Beauty, by Edward Doyle
  • The scanty material regarding her has been turned over so often that it has become somewhat tattered, and has worn rather thin for refashioning. Cited from She Stands Accused, by Victor MacClure
  • The original shop has since been refashioned as the A.D Farrow Museum.
  • It then proceeds to refashion that heart, to fill it with new principles and with world-dreams. Cited from The Warriors, by Lindsay, Anna Robertson Brown
  • Beginning in the 1980s, Angelos refashioned his firm from criminal law to civil class action suits.
  • The house exterior was refashioned in Federal style c. 1800, about the time the right-side addition was built.
  • A offers a conceptualisation which is refashioned slightly by the B before it is agreed on by both.
  • The complete refashioning of the square started in the spring of 2006.
  • Originally a Federal style building, it was successively refashioned during the 19th century as architectural tastes changed.
  • Brushing therefore to one side, and indeed quite forgetting my safe principles, I began to refashion and new-model the State. Cited from Trivia, by Logan Pearsall Smith
  • The smaller building was refashioned as an addition to the White Building shortly after its construction on the five-story structure was completed in 1895.
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