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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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Their "virtual cocoon" would also recreate smell, feel and even taste and has the potential to be useful in dozens of business and educational applications Prof John said: "We're very excited to be part of this British team.
After posing to recreate the picture, the children came alive to tell a story about what life was like for people more than 100 years ago, interacting with anybody who passed at the time.
This event is to visually emphasise the size of the Roman community at Segedunum by gathering enough people together to recreate the size of the garrison.
He added: "We are asking people to recreate Dunkirk where people got in their boats to rescue our soldiers.
Monday's Penny Readings will recreate the spirit of those gatherings with an entrance fee of 1p.
THE Top Gear team are planning to recreate the iconic sewer scenes from The Italian Job .
Young teenagers from Interchill, a Garston youth centre, are using traditional photographic techniques on location to recreate Hardman landscapes.
Glasgow-based firm Traffic, which has launched JFK: Reloaded, 41 years after the President's death in Dallas, is offering up to pounds 53, 800 for the first person to most accurately recreate the three shots fired by Lee Harvey Oswald.
From hard hats to hard drives, every asset that contributes to your business requires review and a plan to recreate, access, or support during an emergency.
It has been lovingly rebuilt to use attached to a small locomotive, to recreate trains which ran all over north and mid Wales from 1930 through to the early 1960s.
The expedition is led by Dr Karl Wesinger (Jurgen Prochonow), who discovers how to extract DNA from the bones - in other words, how to recreate the creature.