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recapitulate

(rē′kə-pĭch′ə-lāt′)
v. recapitu·lated, recapitu·lating, recapitu·lates
v.tr.
1. To repeat in concise form.
2. Biology To appear to repeat (the evolutionary stages of the species) during the embryonic development of the individual organism.
v.intr.
To make a summary.

re·ca·pit′u·la′tive, re·ca·pit′u·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē) adj.
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Ce constat nous a ainsi amenee, en accord avec l'idee recapitulative de Jousse portant sur la gestuelle comme reverberation du macrocosme dans le microcosme, a considerer que le couple de danseurs se place en reflet des genies et se deploie a leur image.
161) Nevertheless, these concerns suggest that courts consider summary exhibits separate statements, not just recapitulative learning tools for the jury.
The value of these public projects (exclusive of mega-projects) submitted on the occasion of the "International Forum on Funding Development Projects in New Tunisia," held Wednesday in Gammarth, is estimated at 8 billion dollars, according to a recapitulative document of the projects.
On trouvera en fin d'article une liste recapitulative des films cites.
Un tableau elabore (320-321) dresse la liste complete des remedes proposes et refuses pour des motifs fantaisistes souvent inspires par la rime ou l'assonance de cette chanson recapitulative souvent a double entente.
Finally, although Milosz acknowledges the prophetic way in which Dostoevsky "thoroughly comprehended the erosion of religious belief' (100), he dismisses a scene in which I see one of the novelist's most powerful responses to that erosion: the symphonically recapitulative final scene in The Brothers Karamazov--Alyosha's speech at the stone to twelve boys after their burial of little Ilyusha.
In his recapitulative and often revisionist consideration of Freud, Seelow goes beyond Freud to demonstrate the critical role and value of fetishism as a normative aspect of sexual life, and within his argument he highlights the often insufficiently analyzed notion of masochism that operates as a foundation for Freud's theory of sexuality.
limit would require the incorporation of recapitulative microcosms into
Another novelty--again with a lot of work for the IT department--is the obligation (contained in article 262) to submit an annual recapitulative statement.
2D)--again a recapitulative event in the life history of the polyplacophoran larva.
Thus, adjoined to the rational structure of the recapitulative annotation is an inevitable rhetorical glaze, or gloss.
To properly grasp to what extent the students really learned during this teaching initiative, we also decided to give students a final recapitulative exam at the end of the project.