Examples of recapitulation in a Sentence
will begin his presentation with a recapitulation of the research done on the disease up to this point
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Not a slavish recapitulation of classical tropes, but a recasting of them into a work that’s somehow weighty and lithe, inexorable and unexpected, eternal and American, all at once.
But all of that is recollection and recapitulation.
Kelly’s claims to Ingraham last night are an almost verbatim recapitulation of Foote’s account: But the failure belongs less to Foote than to Burns.
At first glance, the portion of Devarim is a random recapitulation of events the Jews experienced in the desert.
Recapitulations of plot are often dull as oats, but this novel, which took top prize at this year’s British Book Awards, spills over with so much intrigue that a plot summary can’t be helped, nor should potential readers be spared the pleasure.
Yet this book, which seems to want to be ferocious and bracing, feels like a competent arm's-length recapitulation.
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