reconcentration


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reconcentration

(rē-kŏn″sĕn-trā′shŭn)
The process of repeated concentration.
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It can also imply a reconcentration of the land in a framework of a territorial restructuring where the land is being used by large latifundistas," said Gauster.
Selah Reeve Hobbie Tompkins survived Wounded Knee, fought in Cuba, and married the daughter of a staff officer of General Valeriano Weyler y Nicolau, the inventor of reconcentration camps just a year or two earlier.
II ne se degage pas de portrait unique de la reconcentration spatiale de l'emploi des services superieurs darts les quatre regions metropolitaines etudiees : En effet, chaque RMR semble en etre a un stade different darts l'evolution de la localisation de ses activites economiques.
3) Many thought that the reconcentration of ethnic groups in their homelands would dominate migration patterns in the post-Soviet period.
A key part of this dominator regression is a massive reconcentration of economic power.
Thanks to a trend of reconcentration of vehicle assembly in the Midwest, central Indiana employment in vehicle and parts assembly rose by an average of 8.
These include decisions about intellectual property law, which can make ownership of content a point of reconcentration, decisions about the design of software and its standards, and the regulation of physical infrastructure available to Internet communications, like cable broadband services.
As noted earlier, the Sandinistas themselves had retreated from a more democratic economy by 1988, but the counter-reforms of the Chamorro government have deepened the process of reconcentration of wealth in the hands of fewer people.
This means that as a solute elutes from an antibody-based column, it will tend to have strong retention on any on-line reversed-phase support, thus leading to analyte reconcentration.
However, the recovery, restructuring, and reconcentration of the automotive industry have led the Midwestern economy to a lower-than-average unemployment rate and policy concerns about labor-constrained growth rather than underemployment.
I was building an argument against this expedient mating of "traditional values" with economic self-interest to legitimize the reconcentration of economic and political power in the US over the last decade-and-a-half, but I was perhaps premature.
Furthermore, while the Mexican government continues its inegalitarian policies - suppressing and controlling unions, tax policies that favor the wealthy, and programs supporting a reconcentration of land holding - any movement toward equality will be greatly hampered.