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performing a role in an event that occurred at an earlier time

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Sarah said: "We will be back next year - July 6 to 8 - and have over 400 military vehicles, WW1, WW2 and post-war displays, battle reenactments and lots of stalls and entertainment.
Catholics in Eastern Visayas are expected to flock to the Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lord's Transfiguration, better known as Palo Cathedral, to watch the reenactment of the Passion and Death of Christ, an annual tradition now in its 40th year.
Handler and Saxton report that, "emplotted reenactment is an ideal that permeates the activities and objectives of those charged with producing living history.
Toward the end of the film, however, Oppenheimer re-presents this setting as a key focal point for understanding the true power of reenactment and recreation-not simply to jar the audience, but to reconfigure the participant's understanding of history as well.
Living history reenactment with weapons demonstrations, equipment and uniform talks, and staged camps.
The main reenactment field is perhaps more than 1000 meters across.
AS SAFIR reported on July 20, 2010 that the reenactment will help investigators compare the explosion sound waves, the crater and the amount of explosions used in a Mitsubishi van with those of the crime scene.
The reenactment of the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri is scheduled to start late in September at Captieux military base near the French city of Bordeaux by the UN-appointed Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), the leftist daily AS SAFIR reported Saturday.
The National Trust owned site near Eglwysbach played host to English Civil War reenactment society the Sealed Knot, which put a dramatic reprise of a mid-17th century battle between the Roundheads - supporters of Oliver Cromwell's Parliamentarians - and the Cavaliers, followers of the deposed King Charles I.
Recent work at Massachusetts General Hospital with patients having suppressed rape memories found that propranolol may be the most effective pharmacologic agent to decrease the intensity of reenactment experiences.
In perhaps the most innovative reconciliation activity, the group presented a reenactment of the lynching in the woods near the Moore's Ford Bridge at an event attended by Jesse Jackson and other national civil rights leaders.
He was one of the very active members of the Hamilton Branch, taking part in educational programs at local elementary schools and participating in a tremendous number of reenactment events in Ontario as well as south of the border.
Even before the pope announced that Sydney had won its bid to host World Youth Day 2008, the word was already out that the main event was likely to be a live reenactment of Australian-born Mel Gibson's 2004 blockbuster film The Passion of the Christ.
PALMDALE - Civil War buffs in authentic uniforms and gear will conduct mock battles and talk about life in the 1860s at a reenactment Saturday at Pelona Vista Park, on Tierra Subida Avenue south of Avenue R.
Readers will be inspired by the fighting spirit and sense of duty displayed by Stephen, the "red legged" drummer, in Lewin's beautifully illustrated story about a Civil War reenactment.