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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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(From right) Bo's Coffee COO Rachel Fallarme; founder, chairman, and CEO Steve Benitez; and BOTTY founder and recreator Cary Gee at Bo's Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY launch.
Following a period as Research Author at the History of Parliament Trust (1971-77), he has worked continuously, and particularly in Wales, as an author, editor, exhibition and audio tour deviser and text writer, consultant on historical tourism, and restorer and recreator of historic buildings and interiors.
Women are more likely to be labeled as a "grind" whereas men are much more likely to be labeled as a "recreator" (Kuh, Hu, and Vesper 2000).
He himself is ultimately the pitiless recreator of the grotesqueries of nullity, or as Kafka observed, with stark honesty and without delusion: "Balzac carried a cane on which was carved the legend: I smash every obstacle; my legend reads: Every obstacle smashes me."
Although the film salutes Tibbets as a hero, its ostensible celebration of the A-bomb as a national achievement is both troubled and resolved by its sentimental devotion to the postwar domestic ideology that regarded "the homemaker, the nurturer, the creator of children's environment [as] the constant recreator of culture, civilization, and virtue" and that centered on motherhood, a force so powerful that it could be both sanctified and demonized.
On this writing, Stone claims that "[a]n autobiographical act, therefore, makes a writer at once the creator and the recreator of his or her personal identity" (4).
Here is my personal motto: You are the creator, destroyer and recreator of your own existence.
Did you speak to Ann Reinking and Gwen Verdon (the show's co-directors), or Chet Walker (choreographer and recreator)?
However, for most recreational demand data (including the data we use), repeated choices are observed for each sampled recreator.
The poet is now imagined as a medium or priestess - the happy (aged) recreator of his (younger and sprightlier) predecessors' material.
She is demonstrably both the 'father's sister' (mehekitanga) and also the recreator of 'Aho'eitu, the 'first' Tu'i Tonga, and thus, of all notional Tu'i Tonga in the Tongan sacred dynasty.
This ITB is for printing services for the Recreation Services publication of "The Recreator".