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rem·i·nis·cence

(rem'i-nis'sens),
In the psychology of learning, an improvement in recall, over that shown on the last trial, of incompletely learned material after an interval without practice.
[L. reminiscentiae, from reminiscor, to remember]

rem·i·nis·cence

(rem'i-nis'ĕns)
In the psychology of learning, an improvement in recall, over that shown on the last trial, of incompletely learned material after an interval without practice.
[L. reminiscentiae, from reminiscor, to remember]
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It is the normal apparatus that makes up the glacial wall, The student and visitor accommodation is arranged in a large quadrant reminiscent of the architects' residential quarters for their Emergency School in Kuopio (AR August 1 993), but at Ebeltoft, the curve is carefully orientated to capture delicious views over the landscape to north and west, while at the same time defining an area of gent y sloping grassland between itself and the south side of the main building that becomes a sort of informal campus for the whole place.
A theatrical, performative impetus reminiscent of Morris's may also be found in earlier installations of Althoff's like Modem wird lahmgelegt (The modern is being paralyzed), or Reflux lux, 1998, as well as in the current show.
But it is when the visitor has no time, energy, or interest in becoming acquainted with what's on offer--programs are difficult to use, often incomprehensible, and always crashing--that he encounters an interesting aesthetic experience: the bodies of other visitors, sitting and standing in melancholic, somnambulist poses before the monitors, strongly reminiscent of the good old days of European romanticism.
He spun the Italian theme quite loosely, giving issue to a surprisingly varied number of paintings that can be counted among his master-works to date - Love Love's Unlovable, 1994, his perverse take on "abjection" in art in the form of a twin-paneled painting whose brocaded atmosphere enshrouds the statue-heroes like a lurid Roman sunset out of late Visconti; and Begging for It, 1994, with its nasty double entendre, colors that recall Juliet of the Spirits, Fellini's 1965 Technicolor tale of an Italian bourgeois housewife sex-starved into sublimity, and that elegantly prayerful silhouette, reminiscent of Vatican-approved religious art of the '50s and '60s, perhaps by the modernist Manzu.
sapiens, says no one knows whether Neandertals' inner ears differed markedly from those of humans adapted to cold climates reminiscent of Ice Age Europe.
The piece, which is highly reminiscent of Gerald Arpino, still works well, with an undersea feeling as the dancers run and swim around to music by Jean Michel Jarre.
Reminiscent of Tony Hillerman's novels set among the Navaho people.
3, reminiscent of Bourgeois' 1993 US Pavilion installation for the Venice Biennale, Arch of Hysteria.
[See page 56.] A threesome even became reminiscent of a pas de trois, the one in which the dancers join hands and the two cavaliers jete around the demiballerina.
At the water's edge a light metal rail, reminiscent of a ship's railing, strengthens the experience of being on the very extreme perimeter of Manhattan Island.
PTSD symptoms include recurring memories and nightmares of traumatic experiences, emotional detachment from loved ones, extreme suspicion of others, difficulty sleeping and avoidance of any situation reminiscent of past traumas.
Perhaps the most spectacular parts of the book are the stories Jesse tells: not just the stories of some of his most embarrassing and shameful experiences, but also the stories that are reminiscent of fairy tales.