The 1997 'Dharam-Veer' song 'O meri Mehbooba, Tujhe jana hai toh ja' is a romantic number featuring Dharmendra and Zeenat Aman, nothing like the rehashed
upbeat party number.
Leave the cash with councils in the first place and they can fund the rehash
Good old Gordon, the master of the rehash
and the sleight of hand.
It's not just another rehash
of 'how to hang wallpaper', but a guide to the many new colors, textures and patterns on the market--and how best to work with them.
McGavin is the Acting Curator of Entomology at Oxford University's Museum of Natural History and has researched the world on the topic--so drawing upon his considerable expertise, ENDANGERED is more than a simple rehash
of extinction theory as he deftly examines the different types and scales of extinctions and their consequences.
of an old data set into a new publication is similarly redundant.
of articles from their fortnightly satirical newspaper, 50 Golden Years of the Chaser is the latest offering to hit bookstores from The Chaser team, makers of The Chaser s War on Everything and CNNNN.
Many would consider this blurb a rehash
of something they already know or at least think they know all about.
The inside can always rehash
some recent (or not so recent) diet theory, maybe with a new twist.
While some scholar s have raised objections to using the extraordinary to explain the ordinary, the method is by now so well-established that there seems little need to rehash
the arguments for and against.
While the theme of biblical interpretation has been treated extensively for decades of biblical scholarship, this volume is not simply a rehash
of well-worn views.
There's your moral imperative." This is a rehash
of the argument used by the Bush administration to win approval of CAFTA, namely that we owe it to the "fragile democracies" of the region to enact a trade agreement that amounts to a massive wealth transfer from the U.S.