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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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For the first time ever, scientists used original ingredients to recreate the most popular drink in the ancient world: beer.
We will never be able to recreate all of the nature in this world that has been wiped out with the help of the human population, not like a building can be recreated and rebuilt.
When we recreate a song, that time we don't think that we will make a particular song better than the original one because when you are recreating an iconic song, then there is no point making comparison with the recreated song."
So why not make the most of it and recreate them all over again?
Summary: A Dubai-based firm has used has used 3D technology to recreate one of the late Sheikh Zayed's speeches through a …
Theoretically, a technique like this could help researchers create 'virtual ancient DNA,' which would allow scientists to recreate the DNA of historical figures.
China's tourist chiefs have unveiled plans to recreate two of his homes behind the Bamboo Curtain.
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.
In a bid to get pals to dig deep Gavin offered to recreate the Money Supermarket ad which features a man in high heels dancing down the street if they helped him raise PS1000 in less than a month.
The group and Julian decided to recreate Fish and Chips for the centre spread of the publication, and for an exhibition at Woodhorn Museum later in the year.