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These became an essential tool both for preserving the Church in a time of uncertainty, and for refashioning Catholicism for a new era.
In the process, he imposed his will on all of Washington, refashioning the city into a hyper-partisan capital of gridlock.
For example, it would be easy to infer from this volume that tourism had become a mass phenomenom by 1900 in Russia; in fact, by a multiple of at least one hundred, it was far more common for people to travel by foot as itinerant, seasonal workers, which may also have involved much refashioning of the self, but in a far rougher social context.
Refashioning the figure: The sketchbooks of Archipenko
It is a reconception of Christianity from the ground up, beginning with the refashioning of a christology from below.
Well it may be that Coppe, Fox, and Winstanley were refashioning this idiom of rage; it is nonetheless true that they resorted to it even when they were at cross-purposes with its more orthodox applications.
In fact, many fringe belief groups are constantly refashioning themselves, changing names and locations as their leaders move on.
With those concerns aside, a look at his work shows that Harris's strength is in refashioning hip-hop dance into a viable, flexible concert-dance medium.
Eliot and black musicians like Louis Armstrong reminded Ellison, grows out of a dynamic response to tradition, an individual talent creatively reading and refashioning the past.
NEW YORK, March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- In springtime, homemakers turn toward refashioning the home to give it a fanciful new spring-like look.
When asked about their willingness to eat with silverware previously used by people with AIDS or by cold sufferers, the students selected far more extreme cleaning methods for the utensils handled by AIDS patients, such as bleaching the silverware or melting it down and refashioning it -- even though the AIDS virus, unlike the common cold virus, does not find new hosts through such casual contact.
and Carl McIntire, and their particular brand of political-religious fundamentalism played central roles in the refashioning process Paisley went through in the 1960s, when he began to marry religion and politics in the manner that would propel him to the forefront of Northern Irish anti-Catholic unionism.