For centuries it was incorporated in outline or in excerpts into almost all the sober chronicles, and what is of much more importance for literature, it was taken up and rehandled
in various fashions by very numerous romancers.
Spillage, plain and simple, is a loss of saleable product that must be rehandled
To detect the evolution laws of rock temperature field in detail, the experiment data was rehandled
It is no such dishonor, after all, for an artist's problem to be rehandled
mentally by a brother" (206).
Also, when items aren't readable [by laser scanners] they have to be rehandled
Her main issue, however, is the link between genre and gender, the way in which this special fluidity of the genre becomes 'a subversive literary space for women', a 'polyvocal playground', where private and public, domesticity and literature, high and low culture can be rehandled
, but also where women can express and mask themselves, and where ephemeral daily fragments might eventually compose themselves into a portrait, a narrative of the self.
In the meantime, we will work closely with creditors and underwriters to ensure existing claims a rehandled
in an orderly and expedient way.
About 50% of the ore feed is rehandled
from the ore stockpiles located near the crushers.
Before American Flyer, Freightways would begin shipment from Minneapolis, for example, and push it down to Memphis or Little Rock, where the materials would be rehandled
and put on different trailers during the day.
Furthermore, although the rhetorical doctrine of imitatio deals with both the reproduction of subject-matter and the assimilation of the formal aspects of the model (such as generic conventions or stylistic qualities), the application of its precepts to the criticism of passages is normally confined to those in which a theme of the model is rehandled
by a subsequent writer.
Work with P&G to eliminate, or at least reduce, the amount of damaged products that have to be rehandled
In addition, the amount of material to be rehandled
can increase significantly if surveying is neglected; and