rehang

rehang

(riːˈhæŋ)
vb (tr)
to hang again

rehang


Past participle: rehung
Gerund: rehanging

Imperative
rehang
rehang
Present
I rehang
you rehang
he/she/it rehangs
we rehang
you rehang
they rehang
Preterite
I rehung
you rehung
he/she/it rehung
we rehung
you rehung
they rehung
Present Continuous
I am rehanging
you are rehanging
he/she/it is rehanging
we are rehanging
you are rehanging
they are rehanging
Present Perfect
I have rehung
you have rehung
he/she/it has rehung
we have rehung
you have rehung
they have rehung
Past Continuous
I was rehanging
you were rehanging
he/she/it was rehanging
we were rehanging
you were rehanging
they were rehanging
Past Perfect
I had rehung
you had rehung
he/she/it had rehung
we had rehung
you had rehung
they had rehung
Future
I will rehang
you will rehang
he/she/it will rehang
we will rehang
you will rehang
they will rehang
Future Perfect
I will have rehung
you will have rehung
he/she/it will have rehung
we will have rehung
you will have rehung
they will have rehung
Future Continuous
I will be rehanging
you will be rehanging
he/she/it will be rehanging
we will be rehanging
you will be rehanging
they will be rehanging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehanging
you have been rehanging
he/she/it has been rehanging
we have been rehanging
you have been rehanging
they have been rehanging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehanging
you will have been rehanging
he/she/it will have been rehanging
we will have been rehanging
you will have been rehanging
they will have been rehanging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehanging
you had been rehanging
he/she/it had been rehanging
we had been rehanging
you had been rehanging
they had been rehanging
Conditional
I would rehang
you would rehang
he/she/it would rehang
we would rehang
you would rehang
they would rehang
Past Conditional
I would have rehung
you would have rehung
he/she/it would have rehung
we would have rehung
you would have rehung
they would have rehung
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Last year, Mathaf presented a rehang of the entire permanent collection galleries, offering students a rich new landscape for learning and exploration.
When the posters' removal was reported to the school district, teachers were instructed not to rehang the posters, because the district's lawyers said they were "too political.
The Laing has also revealed its contribution to the Great Exhibition of the North, a rehang of its painting collection by Glenn Brown, the Hexham-born artist, alongside a new exhibition of his work.
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Hidalgo, and rehang in the house the moved to, in the vicinity of Malacanang.
CENTRE POMPIDOU * September 30, 2015-February 15, 2016 * Curated by Catherine David * Visitors to the retrospective of Wifredo Lam at the Centre Pompidou will confront many things at once: an expanded geography of Surrealism, a bid for one painter's canonization as an exemplary "plural modernist" (a term the museum recently used to advertise a rehang of its collection), and a case for the centrality of African Creole cultures to the formation of "European" modernity.
Although Tate Modern's Turbine Hall is no stranger to experimental installations, the Malevich rehang underlined how subtle alterations in established methods of display can still retain a radical charge decades after their original occurrence.
I maintain composure, I grit my teeth I slam the door, then rehang the wreath With a moment of solace I think of my belly I forget the turkey, the trifle, the jelly Instead, on my ownsome, all by myself I stand on a chair, I reach the top shelf A twink in my eye, good thoughts in my head I soon realise, I have nothing to dread I speak not a word, I go straight to work To open the jar with a twist and a jerk And yes, there they are, all hidden from sight My Lindor from last year, (I know - it's not right
Of the 29 case-patients, 27 (93%) worked in first-processing areas, including the live-hang (n = 18), evisceration (n = 8), and kill (n = 1) rooms, and 2 worked in second-processing areas, including the rehang (n = 1) and cut-up (n = 1) rooms.
It is part of a rehang of the Tate's Clore Gallery, which has been dedicated to the artist since it opened 25 years ago, and a complete re-hang of Tate Britain.
If you don't need any further adjustments, remove the door again, then finish it to match the rest of the woodwork and rehang it.