re-enactment


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re-enactment

n
the acting out or repetition of a past event or situation
Translations

re-enactment

[ˌriːɪˈnæktmənt] Nreconstrucción f

re-enactment

n (of law etc)Wiederinkraftsetzung f; (of scene)Nachspiel nt; (of event, crime)Nachstellen nt
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There will be three opportunities to watch the re-enactment each day.
A DRAMATIC re-enactment of Bedlington's most notorious crime is being aired to mark its 100th anniversary.
AN Army chef raped a teenage girl as she was sleeping next to her boyfriend in a tent during a medieval re-enactment weekend.
Members of His Majesty's 33rd Regiment of Foot Re-enactment Group will parade along Church Street to Colne Valley Museum.
Summary: A 26-year-old man who allegedly shot and killed his brother last Sunday took part in a re-enactment of the crime in Abi Samra in Tripoli, the National News Agency reported Thursday.
One 1885 historic re-enactment this summer, stirred up some controversy as organizers of the 'Siege of Fort Battleford' re-enactment at North Battleford, faced some backlash from a local First Nations man over a term used to promote the event.
MEMBERS of a medieval re-enactment group say their broadswords are going rusty as they have nowhere to do battle.
MEDIEVAL knights, archers and families from the Samhain re-enactment group stormed Loggerheads Country Park, near Mold, for National Archaeology Week.
A WELSH re-enactment society will be holding its 12th recreation of the American Civil War.
HUNDREDS of residents, some brandishing wooden clubs, forced Thai police to cancel a re-enactment of the murder of British backpacker Katherine Horton today.
Plans to mark Nelson's victory at Trafalgar with a re-enactment which does not acknowledge the French were the enemy are 'absolute twaddle', an MP said yesterday.