Definition of Restaging

1. Verb. (present participle of restage) ¹



2. Noun. A staging again; a subsequent performance. ¹

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Definition of Restaging

1. restage [v] - See also: restage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restaging

restable
restabled
restables
restabling
restack
restacked
restacking
restacks
restaff
restaffed
restaffing
restaffs
restage
restaged
restages
restaging (current term)
restagings
restagnant
restagnate
restagnated
restagnates
restagnating
restagnation
restagnations
restain
restained
restaining
restains
restamp
restamped

Literary usage of Restaging

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1. The Evolution of Technic in Elizabethan Tragedy by Harriott Ely Fansler (1914)
"... of Falconbridge.1 This analysis accords with what appears to have been the progress of technic in English tragedy up to the restaging of this old play. ..."

2. The Evolution of Technic in Elizabethan Tragedy by Harriott Ely Fansler (1914)
"... of Falconbridge.1 This analysis accords with what appears to have been the progress of technic in English tragedy up to the restaging of this old play. ..."

3. The Art of Photoplay Making by Victor Oscar Freeburg (1918)
"The unimaginative, photographic restaging of the past was tried in the stage play On Trial, a play which has often been spoken of as having photoplay ..."

4. The Art of Photoplay Making by Victor Oscar Freeburg (1918)
"The unimaginative, photographic restaging of the past was tried in the stage play On Trial, a play which has often been spoken of as having photoplay ..."

5. Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy: Principles and Techniques by Camran Nezhat (2000)
"... paraaortic lymph node dissection for restaging of carcinoma of the ovary or fallopian tube. Cancer 1994; 73(5):1467. 49. Amara DP, Nezhat C, Nelson NR, ..."

6. Eyewitness to the Past: Strategies for Teaching American History in Grades 5-12by Joan Brodsky Schur by Joan Brodsky Schur (2007)
"My own experience has taught me that restaging an election can electrify students, injecting partisanship and passion into their study of the candidates and ..."

7. Superfund Strategy edited by Chris Elfring, Irene S. Gordon (2003)
"At the Seymour site the initial response in 1981-82 included: 1) security fencing, spill cleanup and removal, restaging about 45000 drums, constructing a ..."

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