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  • v  adapt anew
    He readapted himself
  • v  adjust anew

  • Determined to un-flop it, Merrick last week hired Playwright Edward Albee (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) to re-readapt Holly, and changed the title back to Breakfast at .
  • Then, in 1901, a copy of the score was unearthed in the Royal Academy of Music, and several attempts were made to readapt Shakespeare's comedy to the scorewith no success.

  • Frank Dancevic in Toronto Star
    I've had a pretty shaky time this season,Dancevic said. "The body just takes forever to come back after a long injury layoff - it's the toughest thing. You have to readapt and all the muscles are weaker. No matter what kind of fitness...
  • Samuel Eto in
    Gudjohnsen needs to readapt to the role of centre forward,Eto'o told Gazzetta dello Sport. "Did you see the chance he missed at the Bernabeu? If he had scored that goal Barca would have won 4-2. Gudjohnsen was looking at Lionel Messi...
  • Leopold Eyharts in Space Daily
    Eyharts said he had "less than a week to readapt and relearn how to work and do all these other activities, so it was very intense in the first few days at the beginning of the flight."

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