Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas expressly authorised such cross-border traffic, on 13 June, in a letter sent to member states that reinterprets
Directive 96/53/EC on the weight and size of vehicles authorised to circulate in the EU.
Nestled into the ground, situated next to Enzo Ferrari's turn-of-the-century house in Modena, the external form of the building reinterprets
a number of original Maserati details.
Hardy's innovative design for the 4W exterior reinterprets
and updates the traditional stone and cast-iron industrial lofts of the landmark area with an articulated facade.
Given that thesis, Nash reinterprets
some biblical passages where, in terms of genealogy, geography, or anthropology, people of color, otherwise not mentioned as such, must play a significant role.
The Brighton Bench from Forms+Surfaces reinterprets
the classic park bench theme with updated materials and an adaptable, ergonomic design.
In a provocative study of Saint Sebastian, Louise Marshall, "Reading the Body of a Plague Saint: Narrative Altarpieces and Devotional Images of Saint Sebastian in Renaissance Art," reinterprets
the meaning of the figure of this saint in light of two representational types, the devotional and the narrative.
Through the lens of movie-star fandom, this artist based in Milan and Rome reinterprets
certain great stars of the twentieth century--among them have been Joan Crawford, Audrey Hepburn, Anna Magnani, and Edith Piaf--in such a way that they partially lose their femme fatale qualities in favor of a feminine aura that is, in a broad sense, maternal.
The miniseries is a mildly fanciful concoction that reinterprets
the old fairy tale - if you think about it, Jack was a bit of a sociopath for stealing the golden-egg-laying goose from the otherwise innocent giant in the first place.
Jill Sobule's take on "Just a Little Lovin'" is irresistible; the Butchies propel "What's It Gonna Be" into grrrl-rock territory; and Jennifer Kimball darkly reinterprets
"Chained to a Memory.
In the six central chapters of the book, Magagna reinterprets
the secondary literature on rural rebellions in late medieval Europe, early modern England, France between 1500-1900, Spain between 1800-1939, Russia between 1800-1930, and Japan between 1600-1868.
Reflecting upon the history and heritage of English tennis and with respect for the traditions of the world's longest-standing tennis tournament, Ralph Lauren reinterprets
the officials' clothing in a contemporary and stylish manner.
In the more tropical climes of Lagos, Allies and Morrison tread thoughtfully and lightly in their new information centre for the British Council (p56), a simple yet elegant building that intelligently mines and reinterprets
the local vernacular while also making a civilising contribution to the public realm.