from The Century Dictionary.
- Recoverable; that may be regained.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Recoverable.
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It is not clear whether Elizabeth is referring here to the deconstructionist theory of the late twentieth century which undermined the assumption that texts have intentional, recuperable meanings — in which case Kafka is a bad example, because his texts were recognized as being radically indeterminate in meaning well before the advent of poststructuralism — or whether she is saying that Kafka was a kind of prophet of deconstruction.
Every apparent rebel or anomaly is immediately recuperable by the dominant system, and glad of it.
"Calderon qree que es recuperable y le ofrecera la renovacion en 2009"
And certainly the point is instantly recuperable by an ongoing sense of Wordsworth's "soothing voice" (l.
/ *. tar.gz; do tar - xf $i; done tar: ls: No se puede open: No existe el fichero o el directorio tar: El error no es recuperable: salida ahora and it worked perfectly (apart from the error messages which I don't understand as I don't understand the syntax of the command)