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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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While the original struggles with a stilted relationship between the leads, this re-make has a likeable, if not quite as stellar cast, a sharp script and enough wit to keep viewers interested.
In 2004 in the Oliver Stone re-make Alexander, it was Irish hell-raiser Colin Farrell who played the young general but another Port Talbot actor, Sir Anthony Hopkins, played Alexander's general Ptolemy.
And only for a moment, the second it takes to inhale sharply, we have dropped the thread that connects us with the powers that made us and re-make us every moment.
Were you there when the producer chick fell into the re-make of the Dog Bowl?
CEP #1 is the latest and most advanced example of Ford's ongoing plan to re-make its powertrain operations to be both the most flexible and most standardized engine plants in the world.
These new technologies are the biggest levers that we have if we hope to re-make health care for the 21st century.
ON BEHALF of the Jockeys' Association I would like to thank everyone who supported the 14th Lesters Awards on Saturday, in particular those guests who inadvertently starred in a re-make of The Poseidon Adventure.
Her argument is that the Second Empire crackdowns on ambulatory vendors and the reform of the Halles and Temple used clothing market were driven by suspicion of women retailers, by fear that female vendors sold their bodies on the side, and by the desire to re-make market women into more virtuous merchants.
Now, to go back a step: If, after the playside guard makes his call, the defensive line begins stemming (moving), the offensive line will stay in their two-point stances, while the two guards re-make their calls.
The idea is to re-make a secretive law-enforcement culture that tends to view every taxpayer as a potential cheat into a problem-solving, customer-oriented enterprise.
Last year's celebration at Park City featured a music video re-make competition with the Beastie Boys in honor of their film, Awesome; I F***in' Shot That