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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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If every person in the state of Washington chose recomposition it would save more than half a million metric tons of carbon dioxide in just ten years - the equivalent of the energy needed to power 54,000 homes a year, the company said.
In a temporal twist, what might be needed is a preventative decomposition or a recomposition during composition.
The Algorithm of Image Decomposition and Recomposition by SID.
Plus de 110 organisations et associations des droits de l'Homme et d'autres organisations non-gouvernementales, ont appele le president de la republique, Adly Mansour, a emettre un decret presidentiel pour la recomposition du Conseil national des droits de l'Homme.
At the beginning, there will be two weekly flights and the fixed schedule will be recovered from the fleet recomposition and the pilot training to the new equipment of the airline.
According to KSE here Wednesday, the recomposition has been carried out on the basis of review period from March to August 2009, as per the Re-composition Rules of KSE-100 Index.
In a splendid finale, Christiane Mervaud writes of textual dislocation, recomposition, recycling, and even resuscitation, insisting that the Questions ultimately comprises a fascinating realm of textual metamorphoses.
Results revealed that the use of decomposition and then the recomposition method (14 x 21 = 7 x 2 x 21 = 7 x 42, or 7 x 42 = 7 x 2 x 21 = 14 x 21) seemed more difficult than the use of the recomposition method only (1/5 x 1/9 = 1/45 and 1/6 x 1/7 = 1/42, then A and B are equal), for the low ability students than for the high ability students.
I also think that there will be greater tolerance in regard to traditionalists, and perhaps the next months might also be decisive for the recomposition of Monsignor Lefebvre's mini-schism.