remade


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re·made

 (rē-mād′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of remake.

remade

(riːˈmeɪd)
n
an object that has been made new again
adj
pertaining to an object that has been made new again
References in classic literature ?
And so, after having composed, struck out, rejected, added to, unmade, and remade a multitude of names out of his memory and fancy, he decided upon calling him Rocinante, a name, to his thinking, lofty, sonorous, and significant of his condition as a hack before he became what he now was, the first and foremost of all the hacks in the world.
He sponged out lines and remade them; but he only distorted them more than ever, and the tittering was more pronounced.
The nurse remade the tumbled bed and shook and straightened the pillows.
I expected to finish it on Friday, but on Friday, when the putting together was nearly done, I found that one of the nickel bars was exactly one inch too short, and this I had to get remade; so that the thing was not complete until this morning.
He felt unutterably big and remade by the simple experience through which he had been passing and in a kind of fervor of emo- tion put up his hands, thrusting them into the dark- ness above his head and muttering words.
His imagination constructed and levelled, and rebuilt and remade.
During this evolution of the cable, even the wire itself was being remade. Vail and others had noticed that of all the varieties of wire that were for sale, not one was exactly suitable for a telephone system.
"Final Fantasy VII" fans who haven't preordered the limited edition 2-LP vinyl set that features the  original and remade game's soundtrack can still preorder them -- for a discounted price.
One fan questioned whether a remade version of Home Alone could match the original.
Director Jon Favreau, who also remade The Jungle Book, is the filmmaker behind the new Disney movie.
Korean hit films "Extreme Job" and "The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil" will be remade by Hollywood studios.
The Reducing Embodied-Energy and Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute has selected 17 projects for its first public-private partnership to focus on driving down the cost of technologies needed to recycle and reuse materials in manufacturing.<br />The 17 projects have a total value of $10 million, comprised of cost-share contribution and $4 million in federal funding.