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- noun A new
conceptionor way of conceivingsomething
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As for Friday the 13th, Bay indicates that not only is the "reconception" going to have plot points from the first two original movies, but that there's also a major twist out of the gate.
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Mr. Heckscher explains his reconception and reinstallation of the collection without apology.
I see no way to make this reconception credible, but the creative team could have dropped 15 minutes of the droning, repetitive music from the second half and the entire offstage and uncredited speech of Cassio near the end.
Given the trouble that Peter and the other disciples have with this radical reconception of the messiah in the Markan narrative, I think it's clear that the author understood full well that it did not comport with standard 1st century messianic expectations, and that he was quite self-consciously creating "new wineskins" for the "new wine" represented by his gospel.
I might add, too, that his argument about the exponential growth of an mbh is based on (1) a reconception of relativity that has not been experimentally verified and to my knowledge has not been accepted by most physicists and (2) a theory of self-organization of black holes for which he does not provide any mathematic or observational justification.
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Budgetary issues seem to be what scuppered the project back in ‘06, but that alone doesn’t explain such exhaustive reconception.
Catholic leaders also feared that this approach to the authority of tradition would inevitably lead to an Anglican reconception of the moral law on a host of issues, including the morality of homosexual acts.
Early on, the writer Joan Didion saw the blotting of the horizon and said so: "We had seen, most importantly, the insistent use of Sept. 11 to justify the reconception of America's correct role in the world as one of initiating and waging virtually perpetual war."
The radical reconception of our situation that will accompany them will be unavoidable.
Given the stellar quality of the collection and the fairly recent reconception of the galleries where it is installed, why the urgency to redo them once again?
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