redisplay

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redisplay

(ˌriːdɪˈspleɪ)
vb (tr)
to display again
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He added that he started rearranging the presentation of artworks at his museum by giving lesser attention to simpler pieces and avoided redisplaying them.
Fresh from the opening of the British Museum's new Gallery of the Islamic World, its curators, Ladan Akbarnia and Venetia Porter, talk to Apollo about the challenges and illuminating surprises involved in redisplaying the museum's collections
It makes some sense, then, that the men and women subjected to war would gravitate to narrative as a means of structuring their experience rather than by redisplaying it in what we might call a kind of accidental lyric or improvisational poetry.
In shockingly arrogant remarks, Lieberman said that the four European countries need to understand that construction in the West Bank was not the obstacle to peace, redisplaying the Zionist regime's wild and arrogant nature.
As the building work starts, our attention turns to the challenge of redisplaying the national collection.
The budget of pounds 7.9million can be compared with the pounds 32million which the Victoria & Albert Museum spent seven years ago redisplaying its entire British galleries.
After you hide worksheets, you must protect the workbook to keep other users from redisplaying the hidden worksheets.
Work previously funded includes making the hall wheelchair-friendly, restoring some of the paintings, redisplaying the famous tapestry depicting the visit of Henry VII and improvements to the lighting.
ISI has reached a cooperative agreement with HDS to use its software for searching and redisplaying structural chemistry data via the Web.
PowerPoint caches screens once they are computed, and redisplaying them is much faster.
And now it is redisplaying its exceptional collections