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repurpose

To change the media format; for example, to go from print to online.

Repurpose

Using a structure for a purpose other than for what it was originally intended.
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Southwest Airlines has collaborated with diverse groups throughout the United States and Mexico to repurpose leather aircraft seat covers and cushions, blankets, life jackets, aircraft engines, and billboards.
When you repurpose content, it's much faster to get it into the market place.
In order to repurpose one of Word 2013 build-in commands, we have accessed within Ribbon1.
Recently, Orbus' environmental preservation efforts via its Las Vegas facility, operated by Aaron Kozar, have branched into a partnership with local, like-minded not-for-profit organization Repurpose America.
2) Julie Leone of Pembroke holds an old chicken feeder that she may repurpose as an oyster serving tray.
is the second book in the EcoAdventures Garbology Kids Series, teaching children wonderful ways to reduce, reuse, and repurpose trash and junk, or old discarded items.
Compostable hot beverage containers are nothing new to the marketplace, but a cup from Repurpose Compostables Inc.
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Repurpose Compostables, a manufacturer of premium, high quality food service products, based in Los Angeles, debuted their One Cup, the exciting new insulated hot cup that is 100% compostable.
Using Scalent V/OE, customers can seamlessly repurpose servers to add, swap, and failover among any combination of machines, while transparently maintaining the consistency and integrity of their business systems.