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creation that is created again or anew

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Wall explains, My book, Re-imagining Australia: Voices of Indigenous Australians of Filipino descent, is my way of recognizing the voices of the pioneering work of Manilamen in Northern Australia.
This re-imagining of the original will deliver exciting and challenging gameplay experiences for years to come.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has chosen North Carolina Central University (NCCU) to take part in the three-year Re-Imagining the First Year of College (RFY) project, a comprehensive initiative aimed at transforming the first year of college to raise students' success in their undergraduate years and in the 21st century workplace.
The author has organized the eighteen chapters that make up the main body of his text in three sections devoted to understanding the climate paradox, taking action, and re-imagining the climate through the senses.
Bill Kenwright's re-imagining of the ground breaking 1980s spectacular complete with 3D imagery and rock concert lighting does a grand job of filling the stage and wowing the audience.
The new series is the re-imagining of the original 1968 sci-fi classic and Tim Burton's 2001 remake had Mark Wahlberg in the lead.
WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS - DERIVATIVES THIS is little more than a holding project for Illinois singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons, an eight-track re-imagining of songs from his last mainstream album plus, somewhat strangely, a low-key cover version of Katy Perry's number one hit I Kissed a Girl.
A new album born from the collaborative work of Huun Huur Tu, a band best known for their re-interpretation of Tuva's musical classics, and electronic musician/producer Carmen Rizzo, as well as expert composer and arranger Mark Governor, Eternal blends the rhythms of a traditional Mongolian culture with the latest sound studio electric re-imagining.
Following on from the current exhibition of art from India at The Serpentine in London, the major exhibition at The Herbert in Coventry features pieces selected from across India and Pakistan, and The New Art Gallery in Walsall is showing Re-imagining Asia.
THE first six episodes of BBC One's clever re-imagining of the King Arthur legends.
He brings along the relevant virtues of conscience, prudence and love and asserts that without the virtue of justice, happiness is impossible as he analyzes the path to goodness and happiness, the influences of friendship and community, the hard times, being called to do the work of God, understanding freedom, false steps and true, narrative and morals, learning the language of love and re-imagining a just and happy world.
Through hands-on demonstrations, the Science and Technology Pavilion will showcase how GE is re-imagining the role of healthcare IT and science, creating the backbone for revolutionizing healthcare from treating "late disease" to enabling "early health" through innovative technologies including evidence-based medicine; modular decision support; home monitoring device integration; and portable lifetime patient health records.
Among the topics are the debt economy after Yugoslavia, re-imagining the Balkans, children of post-communism, Kosovo's long independence day, insurrection in the Balkans from workers and students to new political subjectivities, and women's struggles and political economy from Yugoslav self-management to neoliberal austerity.
I'm extremely excited to join the DMP team as they continue re-imagining the role of a music publisher.
The new movie is the re-imagining of the original 1968 sci-fi classic and Tim Burton's 2001 remake had Mark Wahlberg in the lead.