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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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lt;B Shakespeare's Birthplace (top) and New Place (bottom) are to be recreated in China
Looking at the recreated item on the video, it appears that not much will change in the overall design of the iPhone 8 compared with the iPhone 7.
He said: "I have recreated some pieces using the same methods the craftsmen would have used back in the 1930s.
And they recreated the snap taken in 1970 by their mum Maureen, now 75, which captures the Dunston Rocket dominating the town's skyline.
But other concerts recreated exact playlists from long-ago concerts.
HISTORIC trials were recreated at Warwick Crown Court thanks to pupils from the Trinity Catholic School.
MEANWHILE BMW has recreated a classic, one-off coupe that competed in the 1940 Mille Miglia.
Those taking part will certainly have a lot to live up to; there was also Paddy McGuinness and Keith Lemon, who recreated Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey's unforgettable dance to (I've Had) The Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing.
AN archeologist has recreated the country's most famous prehistoric landmark in a Merseyside park.
THE fateful voyage of the Titanic is set to be recreated by an arts group in Redditch.
But he in fact made his TV debut playing a hippy student in an episode of Coronation Street in 1967 - the era recreated in his new series Inspector George Gently.
When manipulated, the sight and sensation of pushing through the skin while giving an injection is recreated.