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rewrite

[′rē‚rīt]
(computer science)
The process of restoring a storage device to its state prior to reading; used when the information-storing state may be destroyed by reading.
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Rewriting science and technology stories is never easy.
The texts discussed in the fifth chapter, Sena Jeter Naslund's 1999 novel Ahab's Wife, or the Star-Gazer, Christa Wolf's Cassandra (1983), and Anita Diamant's The Red Tent (1997), illustrate the extent to which, again paradoxically, 1) women's rewriting can function not as an "oppositional gesture" but as a "counter-memorial discursive practice that activates canonicity" (131), and 2) in the process of bringing canonical works within the purview of what the historian Maria Grever has called everyday "communicative memory"--that phase when memories and their meanings are" still in flux, subject to negotiation"--contemporary rewrites cast women readers as both "a market segment" and a "target culture" (154).
Let him or her try rewriting a piece of the old code with the new tools for a short period.
innermost (or eager) rewriting reduces a redex as close as possible to the leaves of the parse tree of the term.
The Biennale also inadvertently marked the probable demise of installation as a means of rewriting identity.
Now, in pilot installations, we are proving that the engine is rewriting the rules.
Some subjects addressed include Pietro AretinoAEs transformations of classical literature, transformation of Amphitryon in the early modern period, Latin love poetry in Tito Vespasiano StrozziAEs Eroticon, Pietro AretinoAEs rewritings of the Bible, and AriostoAEs rewriting of ancient and contemporary models in Italian verse.
The rewriting of these papers will only be in the Vhembe District of Limpopo.
General Grant and the Rewriting of History: How the Destruction of General William S.
Though remembering this first encounter with the text now evokes certain particulars--the sienna spine, the first perusal of a random page, the pleasurable clarity and balmy directness of Calinescu's prose--I worry I'm rewriting my memory of the afternoon's purchase subtly: injecting the scene ex post facto with a keener sense of anticipation than was actually the case.
Rewriting rewriting; Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, and Marie Redonnet.
Leaning away from the static ideas of thesis, support and structure and toward a more naturally flowing and dynamic writing style, Rewriting challenges the reader to think of writing an adaptive, social activity and shape one's written intellectual opinions and discussions accordingly.