Examples of refashion in a Sentence
refashioned my old pair of jeans into a cover for my scrapbook
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Amazon, meanwhile, is refashioning its TV and movie production in the wake of studio chief Roy Price’s departure this year, and signing Murphy could help the company develop programs that catch on more with viewers.
With Om Shanti Om, Khan hoped to refashion himself in a sexier mold.
James needs a secondary playmaker to help the refashioned Cavaliers from showing their advanced age and, ultimately, to have any shot at dethroning the Warriors. 2.
Over the years, costumes were rented out, refashioned, or simply lost.
But what about a showrunner who melts the new molds down and refashions them into Möbius strip?
But the Sixers have added Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz in the past two drafts, and their ability to refashion their roster around those two potential franchise talents if Embiid goes down again is now significantly more complicated.
At issue would have been Mr Zuckerberg’s plans to refashion the social-media firm’s share-ownership structure more in his favour.
Some of the exhibits have been used before, some partially refashioned and some are brand new, the work of 19 artists the company brought from China, said president George Zhao.
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