[ US /ˈɹiˌdəks/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪdˈʌks/ ]
  1. brought back
    `Rabbit Redux' by John Updike
    the Victorian era redux
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  • Critics have dubbed this a redux of the 1936 games, which the Nazis used to emphasize their near-total control over society.
  • Immunity challenge: In a “Super challenge” — that is, a redux of elements from past contests — Lex continues his dominance, winning handily. Spoiler Sports |
  • Most disconcertingly, many of their public statements are Bush 43 redux, a smorgasbord of overly-optimistic platitudes utterly dichotomized from economic realities. Sheldon Filger: Obama's Economic Crisis Team is Full of Green Shoots
  • Nor have I characterized him on the "dove-hawk" continuum, nor as a hip-shooter, nor as as Bush Magnus Redux. Obama Memo Presses The Point: He's The Real Change Agent On Foreign Policy
  • Give Superman someone he can have a decent fight with not baldie redux. Kevin Spacey to return for Superman: Man of Steel
  • However, the fear is that, like Strathclyde Region redux, it will emerge as a fully functioning big council.
  • Reichstag redux; there is nothing new under the sun. Latest Articles
  • The 'redux' - such be the cunning, that Gold standard once more again be adopted, only this time around the currency to be 'Global'; same power base prevailing now as all transferred to same dark party - courtesy of whore as would be humane? CounterPunch
  • I can even find a place in my heart for Larry Buchanan's cheapjack DAY THE WORLD ENDED redux IN THE YEAR 2889 1967 , although it brings to mind less the End of the World as We Know It than the wasted, tedious nights I spent with college friends waiting in a dreary Wooster Square basement flat for their cocaine dealer to show. Knock, knock... who's left?
  • Los Angeles Times | A cold war redux is seen on the horizon Os inimigos fazem jeito... após o fim da guerra fria, assiste-se a uma espécie de guerra fria, uma curiosa distracção dos problemas políticos reais à escala global, que beneficia essencialmente os fabricantes de armamento covencional de alta tecnologia. Leituras
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