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recapitulate

(rē′kə-pĭch′ə-lāt′)
v. recapitu·lated, recapitu·lating, recapitu·lates
v.tr.
1. To repeat in concise form.
2. Biology To appear to repeat (the evolutionary stages of the species) during the embryonic development of the individual organism.
v.intr.
To make a summary.

re·ca·pit′u·la′tive, re·ca·pit′u·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē) adj.
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Then he looks at the pancreatic development and regeneration that must be recapitulated in different therapeutic settings, general approaches to stem cell differentiation, embryonic and adult stem cells and pancreatic differentiation, transdifferentiation, and remaining challenges and clinical perspectives.
The promise of the First Reading for Easter Day, Isa 65:17-25, has now come to full flower: Endzeit has recapitulated and exceeded Urzeit, as God has created "a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea [i.e., the embodiment of chaos and evil] was no more" (v.
It documents Knowles's project of taping and categorizing his favorite pop songs (such lists also figure in many of his typed works) and shows him carefully arranging toy figures according to color (an impulse toward typological ordering recapitulated in a pair of mid-'80s sculptures made from stacks of colored paper).
Much of evolution is recapitulated during human gestation.
Teaching is storytelling Part of what made millions of viewers tune into each show was the compelling use of storytelling that held your interest, recapitulated what you may have missed and introduced you to the lives and work of various musicians.
In Makalintal TC Memo 1996-9, the Tax Court recapitulated its holdings on the issue of inequity under the former section:
In an interview with American correspondents after returning from Slovenia, he said for the first time that he was open to modifying the ABM Treaty, although he also recapitulated Moscow's long-standing position that it would put multiple warheads on missiles if the US unilaterally broke the treaty).
Yes, heaven does have the same outmoded system used in the United States (as Greek mythology teaches us: what happens on Earth happens in heaven; what happens in heaven is recapitulated upon Earth), but instead of employing an electoral college based upon obscure states few can locate on a map, the heavenly college casts votes based upon hierarchy.
As a teacher as well as preacher, Calvin wisely recapitulated the themes from the previous sermon, for many could not remember or confused names and events.
Examining this extended group of relatives, beginning with Charles in the late 18th century, Wyatt-Brown anatomizes history in its smallest particulars, showing how general cultural values are recapitulated in families and individuals and at what cost.
"To a first approximation, a very simple learning system recapitulated data collected from children:' Rumelhart concludes.