Take, for example, Marianne Schlosser's otherwise straightforward biographical essay entitled "Bonaventure: Life and Works" (9-60): it is not simply a recapitulation
of known historical data but rather a presentation reflecting decades of the best work in Franciscan history, historiography, theology, and paleography.
Here VanDrunen argues that "one of the chief purposes of the Mosaic covenant was to make Israel's experience a recapitulation
of the creation, probation, and fall of Adam" (282, emphasis original).
Je fais une recapitulation
de pas mal de choses qui m'ont deja depasse.
After an introduction describing purpose and methods, chapters proceed in chronological order, beginning in the 1950s and surveying the Hell's Angels, Mongrel Mob, Black Power, social backlash during the 1970s-80s, and recapitulation
of many developments both internal to gangs and in societal response in the 1990s-present.
Like many modern abortionists, Haeckel rejected the theory that states that human life begins at conception, and erroneously claimed that embryological development (ontogeny) recapitulated evolutionary ancestry (phylogeny); that each individual person, as it develops from conception to adulthood passes through the evolutionary stages of its ancestors, (the recapitulation
For Beethoven, the move from dominant to tonic at the recapitulation
of a sonata movement was not trivial but necessary.
The report also offers a recapitulation
of recent industry activity in addition to an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 472 companies active in the market.
These achievements are documented in the recent publication "An overview of Swiss disaster risk reduction Programme 2007-2011", which provides a recapitulation
of Swiss Disaster Risk Reduction projects of the past 5 years in Kyrgyzstan.
The ten year anniversary from the signing of the Framework Agreement is truly a good opportunity for recapitulation
what next and how, following a turbulent period which, fortunately, is drawing to an end, professor Dimitar Mircev concludes for Dnevnik.
In the end these experiments led to his writing of a recapitulation
that neither uses the primary theme nor is in the tonic (the Quartett-Satz, D.
The most clearly marked and frequently analyzed example occurs in the recapitulation
in 5,1,1-2, where its position alone, precisely at the start of the second half of the novel, (25) is reason enough to pay close attention, but its clear imitation of the recapitulations
that head most of the books of the Anabasis demands that we do so.
Although the temperature cooled in the development, the mercury rose again as the recapitulation
got under way.