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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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Our art project covers different types of our musical heritage as we are trying to recompose the musical pieces with a feminine sense, and we are looking forward for a better future," said Dima .
The technology entails taking hundreds of pictures of tiny portions of the artwork and then combining them to recompose the whole image.
The OGAM decided to recompose the Board of Directors to include a majority of its board members as non-executive and independent board members.
gov's preferred format, we didn't have to convert or recompose our data--it was ready to go," she said.
But Burnley were put on the back foot when Jensen went down and then had to hobble off, to be replaced by Peruvian keeper Diego Penny, with boss Owen Coyle saying: "It was a bizarre equaliser and we had to recompose ourselves when we lost Brian.
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.
Si le sacre se deplace dans le temps, se recompose, comment ne pas le poser, j'allais dire surtout, comme un objet historique, et donc aussi objet d'historiens ?
In his introduction, Di Pasquale points to Ramat's poetic gift, which allows him to retrieve forgotten moments, memories of a past long gone, and recompose them in the texture of desire: "Without quarrelling, without sulking, gone.
Whether we come to inhabit the present space we occupy from somewhere else or our minds come to inhabit some faraway place while we are physically here, our movements cause all the molecules to readjust, to recompose themselves in another order.
For most cameras, push the exposure button (also the shutter) down lightly while pointing the focus spot on the fish to focus; keep light pressure on the exposure button to hold the focus on the subject, while you recompose your photo.