Definition of Reshown
1. reshow [v] - See also: reshow
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reshown
Literary usage of Reshown
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poems by James Clarence Mangan, John Mitchel (1866)
"All things are but redone, reshown, retold, Fancy alone is ever young and new ; Man and the universe shall both grow old, But not the forms her pencil drew ..."
2. The American Stage of To-day by Walter Prichard Eaton (1908)
"... and that the way was once shown very plainly and simply, to be reshown to-day not by this or that body of doctrine but, as it happened in this play, ..."
3. Anthologia Germanica =: German Anthology : a Series of Translations from the by James Clarence Mangan (1845)
"All things are but redone, reshown, retold, Fancy alone is ever young and new : Man and the universe shall both grow old, But not the forms her pencil drew! ..."
4. Acts of the State of Ohio by Ohio, Ohio General Assembly, Ohio Secretary of State (1889)
"... however, when the muster and descriptive rolls were not reshown to be applied upon any quota, then the auditor of state ceived by the adjutant-general ..."
5. Government Control Over Prices by Paul Willard Garrett, Isador Lubin, Stella Stewart, United States War Trade Board (1920)
"The, fluctuations which characterized the course of the cotton seed industry »reshown in the appended table:* * Data (rom War Industries Board I'rice ..."