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restitution

 [res″tĭ-too´shun]
the spontaneous realignment of the fetal head with the fetal body, after delivery of the head.

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn),
In obstetrics, the return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]

restitution

/res·ti·tu·tion/ (res″tĭ-too´shun) the spontaneous realignment of the fetal head with the fetal body, after delivery of the head.

restitution

[res′tit(y)o̅o̅′shən]
the spontaneous turning of the fetal head to the right or left after it has extended through the vulva.

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn)
obstetrics The return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]
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In tune with its title, the book lets its restitutive intention transpire in this final privileging of the aesthetic, as Silver endeavors to restore to Spanish (i.
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Assessing the restitutive nature of indigenous "law-ways" as compared with the generally repressive methods of the state, the article sets forth a research agenda for a further consideration of the potential role of indigenous practices and wisdom in ameliorating the inequalities and injustices that pervade the modern statist paradigm with its emphasis on self-interest, linear progress, and the domination of nature.
A far better interpretation of the phrase, he decided, is that it includes only relief that typically was available in equity, such as injunctive or restitutive relief.
Finally, the moral order of society finds expression in two important types of law: the repressive law of mechanical society and the restitutive law of organic society.