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recuperation

 [re-koo″per-a´shun]
recovery of health and strength.

re·cu·per·a·tion

(rē-kū'pĕr-ā'shŭn),
Recovery of or restoration to the normal state of health and function.
[L. recuperatio (see recuperate)]

recuperation

/re·cu·per·a·tion/ (-koo″per-a´shun) recovery of health and strength.

recuperation

[riko̅o̅′pərā′shən]
Etymology: L, recupare, to regain
the process of recovering health and strength.

re·cu·per·a·tion

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-ā'shŭn)
Recovery of or restoration to the normal state of health and function.

recuperation,

n the process of recovering health, strength, and mental and emotional vigor.

recuperation

recovery of health and strength.
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Following two years of recuperation, he was medically retired from the military in 1973.
Also fascinating, although not always fully developed, are Dubrow's insights into the continuities between Renaissance articulations of domestic loss and recuperation and twentieth-century perspectives, which Dubrow gleans from the representations of social problems found in popular culture and "the complex relationship between language and loss" (4) inscribed in lyric poetry.
Struck by the poverty and living conditions of the badly contaminated children, he decided to return to the Zelenei Gei Recuperation Sanatorium with more aid.
recuperation from the career-ending fracture to his cannonbone which he sustained in the Budweiser Irish Derby.
The demand for skilled nursing facilities also will grow as an appropriate transition following surgery or another traumatic, event that requires a period of recuperation.
The floor space per inpatient in recuperation beds should be expanded to a minimum of 6.
For years, he had claimed that his Grape-Nuts cereal cured just such an raiment, For a health-nut who wrote that sickness was the creation of a feeble human mind, the humiliating need of an operation and recuperation plunged him deeper into a depression that led to his eventual suicide.
Electrical cost for the baghouse system, however, is offset greatly by the high cost of air-atomized cooling sprays that are needed in a system with only partial heat recuperation.
13) Can significant steps toward what Judylyn Ryan calls the recuperation of double-consciousness, toward personal and communal "wholeness," take place in isolation?
By knowing the level of family support and the location of stairs and bathrooms, we can much better prepare the patient for recuperation and rehabilitation.
But thanks to international bans on the production of ozone-depleting chemicals, the ozone layer should begin a slow recuperation after the year 2000.
The author explains that although the recuperation process includes grieving for some loss of independence, diminution of energy, and more forgetfulness than usual, the ability to recognize emotions that surface and to realize that they are transitory is important.