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retrocession

 [ret″ro-sesh´un]
a going backward; backward displacement.

ret·ro·ces·sion

(ret'rō-sesh'ŭn),
1. A going back; a relapse.
2. Cessation of the external symptoms of a disease followed by signs of involvement of some internal organ or part.
3. Denoting a position of the uterus or other organ farther back than is normal.
[L. retro-cedo, pp. -cessus, to go back, retire]

retrocession

/ret·ro·ces·sion/ (-sesh´un) a going backward; backward displacement.

ret·ro·ces·sion

(ret'rō-sesh'ŭn)
1. A going back; a relapse.
2. Cessation of the external symptoms of a disease followed by signs of involvement of some internal organ or part.
3. Denoting a position of the uterus or other organ farther back than is normal.
[L. retro-cedo, pp. -cessus, to go back, retire]

ret·ro·ces·sion

(ret'rō-sesh'ŭn)
1. A going back; relapse.
2. Cessation of external symptoms of disease followed by signs of involvement of some internal organ or part.
[L. retro-cedo, pp. -cessus, to go back, retire]

retrocession

a going backward; backward displacement.
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En 1940, le nord de la Transylvanie a ete retrocede a l'Hongrie, et l'universite hongroise est revenue a Cluj, tandis que celle roumaine a emigre a Sibiu.
La recirculacion se produce cuando el flujo sanguineo extracorporeo es superior al flujo dentro de la vena puncionada, y parte de la sangre retrocede de la aguja venosa a la arterial (3).
The willingness to retrocede the northern half of the island would provide Japan with a chance to recover a certain amount of money "in addition to that which is justly due for the prisoners.
D'oU une dualite entre droit coutumier et droit moderne : les communautes resistent en fait a un certain arbitraire de l'Etat en se referant au droit coutumier, sur lequel elles s'appuient pour revendiquer que leur soit retrocede leur patrimoine ancestral jadis exproprie.
Subsequent legislation allowed states to retrocede jurisdiction, which has occurred in some areas.
Un fracaso en que se llega a delatar porque se retrocede a la dependencia y a la perdida de identidad.
The 1968 amendments also allowed states to retrocede jurisdiction back to tribes.
A pesar de todo, al hacer revivir las antiguas glorias pasadas, Dario contempla la muerte coma alga en parte vencible, controlable: "magicas ondas de vida van renaciendo de pronto; / retrocede el olvido, retrocede enganada la muerte" (631, vv.
Lo studio ha il merito di affrontare un argomento dei piu inafferrabili ma che marchera poi capillarmente le esperienze letterarie novecentesche; Giusti dunque, con una larga inchiesta, retrocede per interrogarne i prodromi, intesi o travisati, accolti o respinti.
21) This, or something similar, had been considered by the Far Eastern Civil Planning Unit, which commented that to retrocede Hong Kong outright was not an option until at least a strong and just government was established in China, able to deliver fair trading conditions for foreign enterprise.