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What is Repurpose

This is where a process, system or product that was created for a purpose and another use for it has been established. This may be different form the original purpose or what the creators intended.

Used to describe the innovative or creative use of a product. May be called progress or evolution.

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Term created / updated 2006-07-03 23:23:41

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