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Arthur Barker, leader of Hambleton District Council, who speaks for the six district councils, said: "The county council is rehashing claims it has made in the past.
Even the president's domestic initiatives for reviving the slowed economy, with a few exceptions, were simply a rehashing of old ideas that failed.
But despite its good intentions, the book spends too much time going over familiar territory, rehashing material that has been thoroughly discussed.
Even the fine preface by Abram, which quite rightly asserts the pre-eminence of architecture in the Perret firm's priorities, is an old piece of work, rehashing an essay that appeared for English readers in Construction History for 1987.
Smith's rendition of Morrison's life is satisfactory as an introduction, but the biographical information on Morrison, a rehashing of well-known and oft-repeated facts, calls to mind the critical need of a comprehensive biography.
which produces the drug, accuse Epstein of rehashing concerns he raised in 1994, which they reviewed and disputed at the time.
Endlessly cooking and rehashing data to fine-tune minute interpretations of aggregate statistical relationships in a self-consciously depoliticized way are alternatives to clear and direct arguments about inequality.
In the end, one must consider whether this work is rehashing an old art-historical question.
The Window Seat provides a great venue for sharing advice, asking questions and rehashing your favorite travel stories.
Consumer groups criticized local antitobacco advocates for rehashing findings by the World Health Organization (WHO) that are flawed and old.
Now that Moti Sagar plans to turn Hum Dil De Chuke Sanaminto a TV serial, we look at TV shows that are already rehashing film stories
Hence, the value of Poitier's latest offering comes not in its rehashing of old tales of Hollywood's dream factories but in his numerous revelations about Poitier the father, the activist, the spiritual seeker.