Cocaine Trade Helps Rebels Reignite War in Peru
By SIMON ROMERO
The military is battling a resurgent group of guerrillas, which has reinvented itself as an illicit drug enterprise.
Definitionreinvent Show phonetics
to produce something new that is based on something that already exists:
The story of Romeo and Juliet was reinvented as a Los Angeles gangster movie.
reinvent yourself verb [R]
to change your job and/or the way you look and behave so that you seem very different:
He's one of those sportsmen who reinvent themselves as TV presenters.
Violent change and transmogrification became means by which Picasso could use his voracious visual memory and digestive powers to assimilate the work of other artists, and by reinventing their idioms and images, somehow triumph over them — to show, in his magical and warlike view of art, that he now possessed them, possessed the past, and was now steering history in a new, Modernist direction.
“I am God,” Picasso once told a Spanish friend. “I am God. I am God.”
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chusei geino no gensetsu to shintai
(A Cultural History of Performance:
the Discourse and the Body of Medieval Performing Arts)
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Ritual Dance), Tokyo: Hitsuji Shobo,
1997, 538 pages.
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