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- verb Present participle of
- noun A second or subsequent
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Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.
Blackey, and Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.
Tornado Blacky, and Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.
The rechristening is a much-needed - albeit belated
Notice that Reed mistakenly thinks that reframing is just "rechristening" when it is really about truth-telling and alerting the public to a policy that goes well beyond "more troops."
AT&T chief technology officer John Donovan defended this 4G rechristening in a blog post, writing that "Our HSPA+ network and upgraded backhaul is expected to deliver speed performance similar to initial LTE deployments."
Ms. Nicholl also lost no time performing a nip-and-tuck on her book, adding three chapters on Ms. Middleton, swapping the cover photo of the princes for one of William and Kate and rechristening it: "The Making of a Royal Romance: William, Kate, and Harry—A Look Behind the Palace Walls."
When she formed Dum Dum Girls in 2008, Kristin Gundred took a page from the Ramones' playbook by rechristening herself Dee Dee and naming her band after a song by '80s new-romantic synth act Talk Talk.
“I figured you and Vivian would have spent yesterday and today rechristening every room in the house,” she interrupts as she cuts the distance between us in half with a few agile steps on her snowshoes.
Merrifield has asked the public for help in rechristening the establishment.