(1) Apparently, the first remastered DVD has been released already in Japan and this will be followed by a new DVD box set containing all 26 episodes, a retake of Episode 4 and special features.(2) The ground which the partisans retake is, of course, poisoned ground - an excellent symbol for the results of civil war.(3) To my dismay David had to retake most of my shots so I think I was practically the last model left.(4) That these four tracks were recorded live offers the listener an opportunity to hear this quintet in the raw, without the safety net of a producer demanding a retake .(5) I have to retake my quiz tomorrow, if I come to school.(6) He offered me the support of the Babylonians if I would declare myself and retake not just Malia, but all of Crete.(7) She failed 4 papers, which meant that she would have to retake the examination.(8) What you hear in the concert hall is not the same as what you can hear in a studio recording, when numerous opportunities to retake and to ├ö├ç├┐groom├ö├ç├û the sound are available.(9) All of her teachers had sympathy on her, since she was their favorite student, they allowed her to retake tests and makeup missed work.(10) I passed every single class on time, and I didn't have to go back and retake a single test.(11) He tried to take advantage of Henry's religious imbroglio and retake Northumbria, but was captured at Alnwick and only got out of a dungeon in Norman Falaise by swearing fealty.(12) But ├ö├ç├┐Seems Fine Shuffle,├ö├ç├û which closes the set, is a fun retake on one of The Concretes' better tracks, and is what compilations like this are for.(13) The students have to retake all their exams.(14) Some of these drivers look as though they need to retake their driving test.(15) There were strikes and chaos and soon there was a civil war, and the surviving three thousand members begged the government to retake control.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Perhaps we should retake control of the ship first,├ö├ç├û Alexander said as they left the hold.