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recast something in something

to rebuild or redevelop something in a different form. She recast the sentence in the negative, hoping to make it less blunt. I will recast my request in different language.
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The recast is a fascinating document, especially since eight months earlier Directive 2007/47/EC was published, and months were invested to negotiate the provisions of the revision.
Before the instructor published an interrogative recast to correct for verb choice and ask if it were a matter of not getting enough sleep Besazo published the correct verb-form and marked it with an asterisk for salience.
ReCast [TM] samples achieved greater than 6,500 psi at Percentage Elongations exceeding 500 percent.
701-2(b) sets forth a list of administrative actions that the Commissioner may employ to recast transactions where the tax results under the form of a transaction are deemed to subvert the subchapter K rules, to contravene the economic arrangements of the parties or economic substance of a transaction, or otherwise to circumvent other provisions of the Code.
In a large-value netting arrangement, the recast of the settlement could remove significant credits that other participants were relying on to meet their own obligations and thus cause them to be unable to settle.
3% of prime loans are 60 or more days delinquent prior to recast, delinquencies the year after recast increased to 9.
However, filmmaker Lauren Schuler, seems reluctant to recast the part when she declared that she'll "cry" if Jackman decides to leave.
You either see a swirl and feel nothing, or you just feel the trout for a split second as you pull the fly out of its mouth on the recast.
Thus, prudent tax advisers should implore their clients to make good business decisions, keep their fact patterns in line with the cases and rulings that have treated transfers as bona fide sales and avoid those that have recast transfers and included them in the decedent's gross estate.
After being put back into service, the wear pattern of the ReCast parts was carefully measured, documented and compared with the historic performance of new replacement parts.
The existence of competing types of social work in settlement houses, industrial unions, and hospitals between 1890 and 1920, the contested definitions of "professional," and the attempts to recast social workers' public images revealed the politics of identity and middle-class formation at work.
Tasso of course would resist such skepticism, but his accommodation of romance to Virgilian aesthetic and moral rigor would prove unstable, leading him to recast the Gerusamme Liberata into the Gerusalemme Conquistata.
The result has been a flight to quality in which tenants trade up space or recast leases for lesser but improved space in the modern, prime class-A buildings of midtown Manhattan.
If such a loan were recast by the IRS as a loan to the parent and then a loan from the parent to the subsidiary, it would set the stage for the possible application of the earnings stripping provisions.