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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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The quantity, scale, and detail of the DNA from living ancestors required to recreate a person's DNA make it impractical for use within most families.
China's tourist chiefs have unveiled plans to recreate two of his homes behind the Bamboo Curtain.
Then youngsters, aged five to 11, joined in and helped to recreate the rest of the train during special sessions at the venue.
Auto Business News-May 22, 2017--Mitsubishi to recreate 1917 Model A
According to our research we have found this to be the first attempt in the Middle East to recreate this 10-course menu from the Titanic," says Thomas Guss, the hotel's general manager.
A picture of the musician and TV presenter Griff Lynch on the October cover of Iaw will recreate a cover from 1979 with the musician Geraint Griffiths.
They dressed up in Halloween costumes, sat on a chair, stood outside church with their dad and even squeezed into the bath together - making sure to recreate the exact poses and facial expressions.
One of the KOTR challenges this year was to recreate this classic image, beer bottle and all.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a Canadian woman who was held there as a child is returning to the notorious concentration camp to recreate a famous photo taken of her and fellow inmates in 1945.
I had to recreate the furniture from an image in a brochure.
Washington, May 8 ( ANI ): Astronomers have successfully created the first realistic virtual universe using a computer simulation called "Illustris," which can recreate 13 billion years of cosmic evolution in a cube 350 million light-years on a side with unprecedented resolution.
MASTERCHEF bosses are to bring in one of their toughest-ever challenges when the show returns next week - with contestants having to recreate a complex dish after simply tasting it.