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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recapitulate.

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  • Tarkovsky's Horses "recapitulates" the days and nights of her father's battle with dementia, when "calendar leaves / imperceptibly send out / shortcuts to the dark, / if they're not turned by the nurses" 'Of A Life's Dignity'.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • Tarkovsky's Horses "recapitulates" the days and nights of her father's battle with dementia, when "calendar leaves / imperceptibly send out / shortcuts to the dark, / if they're not turned by the nurses" 'Of A Life's Dignity'.

    Review

  • That's what seemed to happen in the New over against the Old Testament; and it might be seen as a corollary of the theological principle that the Christian life "recapitulates" Christ's.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • That's what seemed to happen in the New over against the Old Testament; and it might be seen as a corollary of the theological principle that the Christian life "recapitulates" Christ's.

    Ampliative and clarificatory inference in theology

  • Thus Google recapitulates the American dream, and that was the tone of a Google vice-president writing last week in the Guardian.

    Amazoogle is just the latest thing to shaft the book

  • Though to say phylogeny recapitulates ontogeny is obviously wrong.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Snip snip.

  • So now in the event of any dispute, (which we now realize happens more often than we care to believe), there's literally no recourse but to 'run the machine again' to get the infamous 'machine counts', which really recapitulates the errors that may have been seen in the first place, and resolve nothing.

    The 'conspiracy' continues - poli

  • This perhaps relates to the now discredited theory in biology that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny and how I can never remember the right order.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Snip snip.

  • The emergence of civil society recapitulates the construction of power/knowledge. datingjesus

    Do you think they have one of these for bloggers? « Dating Jesus

  • But back to earth, in the first trimester it is debateable as to whether a fetus even is human, as ontology recapitulates physiognomy, at one point a fetus has gills and a tail and is for all practical purposes identical to a fish!

    Are we a Christian Nation?

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