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ree i nakt

  • v  enact or perform again
    They reenacted the battle of Princeton
  • v  enact again
    Congress reenacted the law
  • v  act out; represent or perform as if in a play
    She reenacted what had happened earlier that day

  • Last week a crowd of some 1,800 people, mostly black, gathered in front of the same church to reenact the march.
  • They read, ask questions, search for ways not to reenact their nation's dark past in their own lives.
  • Power for Congress by two-thirds vote to reenact a law declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
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  • Spotted: Reenactment in Edgefield
    Reenactors gathered in Edgefield on Saturday to reenact a story of robbers from 1868 who robbed the sheriff’s office of $3,100. Photos by Karen Green/SPECIAL
    June 12, 2013 - McDuffie Mirror
  • 17 'How-To' Vine Videos That Won't Teach You Anything
    It's hard to teach a lesson in six seconds, but that hasn't stopped some Vine users from trying. A search of the #howto hashtag yields hundreds of Vine posts ranging from the beautiful to the bizarre. These 17 Vine videos may not be the most instructive, but what they lack in educational value, they make up for in hilarity. Here are our favorites. 1. How to reenact The Lion King (while your ...
    June 12, 2013 - Mashable
  • Miami Heat pregame rituals range from holy rain dances to secret handshakes
    Before game time, Heat players do a rain dance, reenact ‘The Karate Kid’ and share secret handshakes. Just don’t ask why.
    June 8, 2013 - Miami Herald

  • Steve Earle in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    I can't tell you how many times I've turned German tourists around and pointed them in the right direction to reenact that cover,Earle said.
  • Conrad Black in Times Online
    The prosecutor introduced an e-mail in which Lord Black, questioned about the jet, said: "I am not prepared to reenact the French Revolutionary renunciation of the rights of nobility . . . We are proprietors after all, beleaguered though we may be."
  • Joss Whedon in United Press International
    Those with the money or connections can access this secret highly illegal facility where they can basically fulfill their greatest fantasies,Whedon told E! "They can basically reenact scenarios of romance, adventure or anything perfectly...

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