Verb(1) cast again, in a different role(2) cast again(3) cast or model anew
(1) And the demographics of the local population were recast - middle-class whites moved out and were replaced by lower-income Hispanic families.(2) After hanging up on her I walked from my hotel room to the main street in the small town in New Hampshire where we were filming and recast Kirsten's role with the first girl that I saw on the street.(3) The bell was melted down and recast , then rung carefully for special events.(4) The enthusiastic response convinced the Milanese Opera Board to recast La Scala as a classical company of international stature.(5) It's as if the screenwriters have gone through the Gospels with a blue pencil, trying to recast the words so that we (the dummies in the audience) can accept them.(6) The key factor is how Iran and Russia transform their economies and recast their political orientations under the pressure of increasing globalization and economic interdependence.(7) Advances in information technology, such as the Internet, have created unprecedented opportunities for organizations to recast their relationships with constituents.(8) his doctoral thesis has been recast for the general reader(9) Sir Steven may well be the prototype of the modern revisionist historian who seeks to recast the history of Western civilization as a catalogue of abuses.(10) James Bond has to be recast every decade or so, new Starship crews must be recruited, or prequels devised to allow for fresh faces.(11) It was Aeschylus who recast him as suffering hero and enemy of divine tyranny, crucified on a crag in the Caucasus where Zeus's eagle tore at his vitals.(12) It was a knowledge that would allow him to impose a true revolution upon the generals and to recast the entire structure of the armed forces.(13) Now it's been recast with African-American actors and remade as Love Don't Cost a Thing.(14) there were moves to recast the play(15) For some reason, writer-director George Daugherty chose to remove Peter and the Wolf from its Russian origins and recast it in a vaguely Swiss, northern European setting.(16) This metal would be recast into additional cannon.
2. remould ::
1. fix ::
2. freeze ::
3. set ::
Different Formsrecast, recasting, recasts
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