remaker

remaker

(riːˈmeɪkə)
n
1. a person who makes something again or in a different form
2. a technological device used to remake something
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Terry, "The Only Dominator and Remaker of the World: <Self-Reliance>, <Unification>, and the Rhetoric of North Korean Juche", Western Journal of Communication, Cilt 80, No.4, s.507.
While Tel Aviv is destroyed by the actions of Yoel, the dream remaker, the narrative follows Alon and his twin sister Lior, as Alon attempts to restore a long-lost love, and Lior strives to protect her brother from his pending downfall.
Demonet then discusses Gustav Mahler (creator of the modern Vienna Staatsoper, 1898-1907) and Arturo Toscanini (remaker of the Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 1898-1908).
"Symptoms could include: Lost data, corrupted filesystems, crashing programs, or hanging computers requiring a reboot," explained computer expert Phillip Remaker onQuora.
What is a man born for but to be a Reformer, a Remaker of what man has made; a renouncer of lies; a restorer of truth and good, imitating that great Nature which embosoms us all, and which sleeps no moment on an old past, but every hour repairs herself, yielding us every morning a new day, and with every pulsation a new life?
Her position as a careful drafter and remaker of scenes--her punctum, or what might be called "her textual alterations"--attests to her desire to become "the colored national historian" in a way which mirrors the career of Brady, the most famous photographer of the time.
For around $50.00 the AVS gives you a suite of multimedia tools including a Video Editor, Video Converter, Audio Editor, Audio Converter, DVD Authoring, DVD Copier, Video ReMaker, Video to GO and several other helpful programs.
Even when she is in close cahoots with other artists, she emerges as a mischievous remaker of signs, icons and sacred cows.
Such an internal belief system could allow for "a construction of the self--as author, maker, critiquer, and remaker of its experience, the self as a system or complex, regulative of its parts" (Kegan, 1994, p.
BANGKOK Film Bangkok production "The Remaker" is finally skedded for a June release after a controversial suicide scene set in the Bangkok skytrain caused a postponement.
Some of the most informative and authoritative criticism in this study relates to Shakespeare's practical skills as a remaker and reshaper of dramatic materials.
My father was the artificer, the maker of anything needed or the remaker of it into perfect repair.