- n. Plural form of retrospective.
“What you get on the retrospectives is a caricature â€ not the core of the situation at that time.”
“Number eighteen in this daily series of book-review retrospectives is another from April, Gallow's Lane by Brian McGilloway.”
“My fourth pick for this series of book-review retrospectives is another January book, The Overlook by Michael Connelly.”
“They used to do these kind of retrospectives through their news divisions and then they found the numbers dwindling, so they turned it over to the entertainment divisions and the entertainment divisions are essentially saying, "We're going to present you 9/11 based on the 9/11 commission report," but then they tart it up with some fictionalized accounts to make it a more interesting movie and they do disservice to the history of what happened.”
“Post-mortems (or the trendier term "retrospectives") can give the team feedback about itself at whatever frequency you want.”
“ABOUT THE AFL SERIESUSA TODAY will celebrate the American Football League's 50th anniversary this summer with a series of retrospectives.”
“The risk in most such retrospectives is the tendency to platitudes, and while there are some of them in "Tough Calls From the Corner Office"—a leader, we are told at one point, "needs to be ready, adaptable, and open-minded"—Mr. Steinbaum has elicited useful stories of life in the entrepreneurial and management trenches.”
“Whether seen in studies of Indian architecture, retrospectives of photojournalism or exhibitions of early photographs of China or Japan, Felice Beato's images are a staple of 19th-century photography.”
“As it marks the first anniversary since unveiling a $67 million expansion, the Museum of the Moving Image has gradually been ramping up its film programs beyond auteur-driven retrospectives and star-studded sneak previews.”
“That story arc, collected in a paperback, remains the model for DC's other Year One retrospectives.”
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