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retread

1. another word for remould
2. a film, piece of music, etc. which is a superficially altered version of an earlier original
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It is also an offence to sell new, re-tread, remoulded or part-worn tyres unless they fully comply with minimum safety standards.
But keeping it friendly and civilised post-divorce is one thing, playing re-tread happy families for keeps is different.
Additionally, his message did not come across as a re-tread of rah-rah platitudes siding with the easy or quick fix; rather, he focuses on the sacrifice and hard work necessary to achieve a rewarding balance in your personal life.
Twenty-five companies are allowed to re-tread tyres.
Set in London in 1968 as the Hollywood diva and legend prepares for her Talk of the Town shows, the play re-tread Garland's booze and drug-fuelled final path to the grave and her relationships with fifth husband Mickey Deans (Norman Bowman) and show pianist Anthony (Hilton McRae).
In fact, 13-year-old Tog is so popular he even has his own Facebook page and was mobbed by fans last week while having a re-tread.
SHELVES: Recycled tyre photo frames pounds 18 each, tyre vases pounds 16 each, both Re-tread, Pantone tins pounds 17 each, The Holding Co, Lime bucket vase pounds 12, Matthew Williamson, green glass frame pounds 10, Debenhams, Revival DAB radio, pounds 150, Roberts Radio, Pantone mug pounds 8, It's a beautiful day mug pounds 11, all Heals, glass balls pounds 12 for 3, Next, Nasum baskets pounds 12.
Some re-tread well-worn issues; others tackle previously under-explored themes.
A tinsel-strewn re-tread of Meet The Parents that doesn't quite make the cut.
A tinselstrewn re-tread of Meet The Parents that doesn't quite make the cut.
RUMOURS of an on-set feud between stars Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn hardly echo the tidings of comfort and joy espoused by Seth Gordon's tinsel-strewn re-tread of Meet The Parents.
Like "Hairspray" before it, the stage re-tread of "Cry-Baby" was adapted by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan from a screen property that was already a musical, ditching the film's numbers for a new song score.