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recomposition

(rē-kŏm-pō-zĭ′shŭn) [L. re, again, + composer, to place together]
The recombination of constituents or parts.
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A competition spokeswoman said: "There was an extra test of nerve for the contestants when a fire alarm went off just before the start, so they had to recompose themselves before going back into the kitchen.
Orchestrant ses traces, la patiente << traduction >> de Fabienne Pasquet recompose ses reliefs imaginaires dans un texte suggestif qui lui restitue superbement son reflet dans une oeuvre toujours plus fascinante, dont elle fut a la fois l'ecrin et la captive.
If you don't want a blurred picture, you'll need to first lock the focus with the subject in the middle and then recompose the picture.
Le roman historique n'a pas tres bonne presse aujourd'hui', states Claudine Bernard in her introduction to Le Passe recompose, and in France at least, the number of critical works devoted to it are singularly few.
Conscious of the fact that the new plant will be glimpsed by thousands of passing motorists each day, Polshek's strategy is to recompose the typical industrial shed into a series of dynamic forms, articulated with tough, simple textures, vivid colours and superscale graphics.
Lacoue-Labarthe interprets this lecture, and also Heidegger's discussion of Nietzsche contra Wagner, as an attempt to recompose Nietzsche's philosophy on an unprecedented scale and to tear Nietzsche away from Nazi biologism (racism) and dogmatism (pp.
He capures the image of a Canadian arms dealer in the Middle East after the 44 days, who greets the candid camera with a gleeful smile -- describing his business prospects as "very optimistic" -- only immediately thereafter to self-consciously recompose a sombre face to match the trite pronouncement: "Unfortunately, there will always be a need .
There are nine kinds of VPL nodes: start, finish, procedure, task, decompose, recompose, split, merge, and branch.
8 constant-aperture zoom lens that allows the photographer to recompose the scene anywhere from 120mm to 300mm without having to change their capture position.
Program of the operation: the various interventions on the site (restructuring and construction of new buildings) will make it possible to adapt the establishment to the needs of premises related to the pedagogic evolutions, to improve the management of the flows and the requalification of the entry the main task is to recompose the buildings by functional units, to bring all the premises up to safety and to comply with the recommendations of the ppri on the site.
Le duo s'est ensuite recompose pour interpreter, avec maitrise et agilite, des &oelig;uvres de Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868), dont [beaucoup moins que] Duo pour violoncelle et contrebasse en Re Majeur [beaucoup plus grand que], rendue dans ses trois mouvements.
The artist explains, "based on fragments of photographs that recompose actual scenarios when mixed together, my paintings exaggerate these newly combined spaces and explore what might happen in them.