Forge (something) again or differently: they wanted to reforge the identity of the nation
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- Chains were tensioned and wheels greased as old adversaries reforged friendships yesterday ahead of today's Imana Wild Ride along the Wild Coast.
- Slightly battered and worn down, it was quite obvious that some of them had been reforged and repaired, judging by the varying degrees of tarnish upon them.
- More specifically, the connection comes from worshipping the Earth and reforging the link between the spiritual and the physical worlds, something mainstream religions have sought to negate in the past.
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