n.1.The act of reënacting; the state of being reënacted.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'I have already tasked the PNP crime lab together with the SITG commander for the reenaction. We would like to distinguish whether it is really in the place where there is some sort of distortion of grasses that indeed the gunman had prepositioned in shooting Mayor Tony Halili,' Carranza explained.
In The Watch Movie, Richard Rutkowski's 1989 filmic reenaction of Knowles's untitled poem installed at the entrance to the ICA's main first-floor gallery, the artist's voice can be heard reciting a description of a street-corner fence attempting to (re)sell his wares.
Extending the noh dramatic profiles to the level of particular TTO forms of the dominant event-succession classes of Sections I, II, and IV, further facilitates a hearing of a rhythmic/event-succession-class reenaction of the four-part dramatic and formal scheme common to every traditional noh play.
Yet, if we agree that what Collingwood described as the "inside" of an event, that is, the imaginative reenaction of past purposive thought, forms the subject matter of investigation, then important difficulties still remain.
A reenaction of a 'Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo' scene played by Joo-hyuk and Dara.
Enhanced with the inclusion of a Bibliography, extensive Notes, and an Index, "Command And Communication Frictions In The Gettysburg Campaign" is a unique and highly recommended addition to academic library Civil War Studies reference collections and the supplemental reading lists of Civil War buffs and Battle of Gettysburg reenactions.