Then, of course, I might refashion
life and character entirely after my own liking; I might select the most unexceptionable type of clergyman and put my own admirable opinions into his mouth on all occasions.
Nature's garments, but you cannot vary by a jot the throbbings of her pulse.
In fact, some Pakistani experts believe that Pakistan would have to refashion
its public diplomacy to woo other EU countries for exploring better and economically stable markets.
Prisma lets users edit photos with filters that refashion
their snaps in the style of iconic artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh.
But it was also a "blank slate" for her to redecorate, repaint and refashion
as she saw fit, Bork said.
London, July 13 ( ANI ): Contemporary artists have joined hands to refashion
decommissioned AK-47 rifles into works of art for a peace-building project.
There are also companies that will help you refashion
your own cast-offs, even if you're not the crafty type.
The church is studying ways to "radically refashion
and reorder the life of the United Methodist Church," the bishops said.
With the destruction of the Ottoman Empire, caused in part by an Allied-inspired revolt by Arabs, the victorious powers were left to refashion
the entire area.
The EU Council of Ministers then queried the court, asking whether it had to act on the judgment immediately or if the court would suspend the judgment while the EU decided whether to appeal or to refashion
its listing so as to meet the court's complaints.
WHEN TIMEWARNER-OWNED Essence magazine announced plans to refashion
itself as a multimedia brand with a new website, it was the fourth in a line of similar launches this year by media companies looking for Black online users.
Recognizing that Vichy's struggle "to reconcile paternal power and governmental authority" is readily taken as a marker for "the apotheosis of reactionary measures to reinstate fatherhood as the litmus test of good citizenship" Childers highlights, instead, that in its efforts to refashion
the symbols of state control over "nothing less than the nature of government, the shape of the modern family, and the future of the nation," that Vichy's contradictory policies undermined the authority of the same fathers it sought to support (4, 3, 9, 89).