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Synonyms for recast

cast again, in a different role

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cast again

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cast or model anew

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The WEEE Recast Regulations in the UK have reduced the compliance obligations for producers placing less than 5 tonnes of electrical and electronic equipment on the UK market in the previous year (known as 'small producers').
According to the Article 2 of all the above mentioned amendments, Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with RoHS recast by the last day of the sixth month after these amendments entering into force at the latest.
Recast says all biomass fuel used in the plant will be sourced in Puerto Rico, and there will be no imports from offshore.
The recast also discusses a few other sections, such as Specific Update following the revision of the New Approach; Borderline Cases; the GHTF; and Imports, Exports and Counterfeiting.
Rather, his focus is on the white men who recast the region's history and identity, a process he describes with skill.
Whether or not participants in the MF group noticed the recast at all, and subsequently whether or not they perceived the recast to be a corrective measure is in question.
RATTLED Tony Blair recast himself as the "listening" Prime Minister yesterday in a desperate bid to quell Labour unrest.
Suncor Energy has ReCast [TM] more than 500 worn cups and discs from its 30-inch hatching pigs since June 2000 and has realized cost savings of 35 percent while reducing waste.
Reading a private note and interrupting an impassioned embrace only deepens this misunderstanding, and soon Briony has recast her sister and friend in a violent drama demanding a heroic rescue and a terrible punishment.
This opportunity is the ability of the aforementioned tenants to recast their transactions and lock in long term leases at favorable rental rates and in most cases, with work letter contributions and other concessions that were unavailable less than two years ago.
Callaghan and Habib have thus offered texts which recast Shakespeare in an uncomfortable mold, making him a font of problems of gender, race and imperialism.
We've taken many of those ideas and recast and fine-tuned our lineup to emphasize what our attendees report are today's concerns," said conference Chairman Paul Tinnirello, executive vice president with A.
MH: CFOs and financial organizations have to recast their thinking.
James Bond has to be recast every decade or so, new Starship crews must be recruited, or prequels devised to allow for fresh faces.
A prosaic brief for a huge multiscreen cinema on a nondescript suburban site has been inventively recast to evoke the escapism and glamour of another era.