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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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James Greenslade at Savills comments: Atlantic House is a unique opportunity for someone to acquire and re-create the famous Doom Bar as well as open a boutique style hotel occupying a stunning position with amazing ocean views overlooking Polzeath Beach.
Aetion's software platform will re-create randomized clinical trials (RCTs) through real-world evidence (RWE).
The "Steal The Look" app will tell her which Wet n Wild products to use to re-create the look.
Forensic science could use the approach to re-create details about a room that cannot be seen, or to identify the whereabouts of a person calling from inside a room.
HUNDREDS turned out yesterday to re-create the first ever protest by a Welsh language campaign group.
All they want to do is re-create the hotel which was there well before the 'iconic' tower, in fact, almost 100 years before!
Cancer stem cells are thought to be able to re-create tumors the way that normal stem cells replenish tissues.
With my small group, we try to re-create the sounds and meaning of these 14th-century works from the Low Countries.
"Our Manna IPA is not a San Diego IPA, enticing as they are, and we're not trying to re-create the excellent standouts from friends such as Dogfish, Founders, Lagunitas, Three Floyds and so many others, Hop Manna aims to create a unique story--and flavors--of its own."
This smart volume looks at every decade from the 1920s to the 1960s, combining decorating ideas and inspiration with delightful nostalgia and craft projects so that you can re-create some of the most popular items.
Emin declined to re-create the piece, so although it was one of the most sensational objects in "Sensation," the 1997 survey of the YBAs at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, perforce it doesn't figure in this retrospective of her work.