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re·cu·per·ate

(rē-kū'pĕr-āt),
To undergo recuperation.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]

recuperate

(rĭ-ko͞o′pə-rāt′, -kyo͞o′-)
v. recuper·ated, recuper·ating, recuper·ates
v.intr.
To return to health or strength; recover.
v.tr.
To recover (a financial loss).

re·cu′per·a′tion n.
re·cu′per·a′tive (-pə-rā′tĭv, -pər-ə-tĭv), re·cu′per·a·to′ry (-pər-ə-tôr′ē) adj.

recuperate

[riko̅o̅′pərāt]
Etymology: L, recupare, to regain
to recover one's health and strength.

re·cu·per·ate

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-āt)
To undergo recuperation.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]

re·cu·per·ate

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-āt)
To undergo recovery of or restoration to normal state of health and function.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]
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One can destroy that equivalence by tearing up or destroying words or syntax, yet this kind of destruction is eminently momentary and recuperable, as we have learned, I think, since the 1960s.
Confidential" concludes on some uneasy notes, suggesting that the old order of things might not be fully recuperable.
The arguable "minimalism" pervading Albiach's intermittent "antisyntax," her white space and variable geometry and prosody, may thus be seen to be recuperable precisely by this sense of enigmatic, half-said insertion into a langage pratique mental beyond her own textual confines, and indeed one always experiences a feeling of that strange spectral-cerebral-psychical and sensual-visceral abundance her work at first blush seems to deny.
Trois nouvelles mesures ont ete recemment prises par le gouvernement : une subvention de 6000 DH pour chaque hectare de canne a sucre plante en 2013 et fixation des prix a la production a 490 DH/tonne de racines de betterave a 16,5% de polarisation et a 365 DH/tonne de tiges de canne a 10,5% de sucre recuperable.
made as part of a collaborative project at Le Corbusier's Unite d'Habitation at Firminy in France, is also not yet of a moment when the dilapidated building could be seen as the embodiment of a recuperable (rather than simply decayed) utopia.
De los 31 pacientes con injerto estudiados, a 7 se les paro la protesis por trombosis, no siendo recuperable por angiorradiologia.
Religiously inflected jouissance may not be as recuperable as Marshall's argument at times seems to suggest.
Neither Andre nor his epigone Opicius had careers (or, from the perspective of the present, recuperable lives) except as royal servants, the literary-cultural equivalents of such household officers as butler or wardrobe, instruments of the Tudor will to magnificence and hence aggrandized power.
Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" is perhaps even more easily recuperable as narrative, either as a marginally narrative account of Kubla Khan's specific experience of omens ("And 'mid this tumult Kubla heard from far / Ancestral voices prophesying war
on the lesbian subject" (1993, 163): further, she has argued that "It [realism] is not recuperable for lesbian theorists, because its ideology is so determined to validate dominant culture that the lesbian position can only be moralized against or marginalized" (1993, 162-3).
10) In contrast, Notes on Nursing is a text whose oppositional readability is arguably recuperable only once Cassandra is available as a framework.
In contrast to masquerade, Doane points out, cross-dressing (female-to-male) is more recuperable, less subject to being characterized as pathological.