Examples of reinterpret in a Sentence
New information may force us to reinterpret the evidence.
The director wants to reinterpret the old play for a modern audience.
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Hers was designed by TeeTorious, which reinterprets images from original photographer Barron Claiborne.
After more than two hours of impassioned testimony from more than 50 people, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission on Monday declined a request to reinterpret the Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act to include protections for the LGBT community.
Among the story’s pleasures is Saed Nikzat's stirring modern photography that reinterprets the cusp of the 1970s and 1980s through the wondrous freedom of a child’s eyes.
The luminous steel-and-Plexiglas structure is the latest in his Icon series, which reinterprets a classic architectural form; a simple garden shed inspired the 2010 Copenhagen installation,Kolonihavehus.
The fleece has been everywhere lately, as street style stars and designers have been reinterpreting the all-weather piece for fall.
Now, Yale law professors Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro, the authors of The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World, seek to reinterpret the pact’s historical significance.
His comments raised fears that, as attorney general, Sessions would reinterpret Cole, allege state noncompliance, and launch a clampdown on legal marijuana.
While Ford’s pardon of Nixon significantly reinterpreted what the pardoning power could mean, the presidential privilege has been extended in a variety of cases, from Civil War leaders to the owner of the New York Yankees.
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