At the novel's conclusion Costanza is re-dressed
in the clothes of the daughter of the Chief Magistrate of the town, and we are informed that the borrowed garb suits her so well that she looked as if she had been born a lady and had always worn such clothes.
For a start we had to re-dress
so many times that after a while tying my shoelaces was too much of an effort.
It is time to re-dress
the body and allow it to be read with its full accoutrements of clothing, jewellery and cosmetics.
I had opposed it, hoping we could re-dress
an existing set.
McLaughlin's solution is literally to "re-dress
" the problem of Jesus' maleness by reading him as a transvestite, as one who shatters the opposed duality of male/female.
I had to bin everything she was wearing and re-dress
her in a pair of pyjamas I'd p acked in her changing bag.
People decorating for the holidays want to re-dress
their bed and bathroom in anticipation of the holidays and for family coming in."
"It was when I was doing my clinical exam, I had to re-dress
an amputation straight from surgery.
She was discharged after a week of being pumped with fluid and antibiotics and spent the following month on bed-rest, with nurses visiting every other day to re-dress
the gaping wound.
There begins the strange dance involved in trying to balance a small, wriggling child on your knee while simultaneously trying to undress and re-dress
both of you.
Within the last six months four of the largest available properties have been either let or sold - and there is little evidence of any supply chain to re-dress
the imbalance of supply and demand.
But after contrasting starts to the new First Utility Super League campaign, the former Grand Final kings are poised to re-dress
the balance of West Yorkshire power.