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retrospective Sentence Examples

  • He published Something of Men I have Known; With Some Papers of a General Nature, Political, Historical and Retrospective (1909).

  • The retrospective exhibition of means of transport was interesting in view of the recent opening of the Simplon tunnel, the occasion of the exhibition.

  • Mortality among rats is said to precede the appearance of human plague, but the evidence of this is always retrospective and of a very loose character.

  • In the first place, a very great part of what the poem tells about Beowulf himself is not presented in regular sequence, but by way of retrospective mention or narration.

  • Now, with one brilliant exception - the story of the swimming-match, which is felicitously introduced and finely told - these retrospective passages are brought in more or less awkwardly, interrupt inconveniently the course of the narrative, and are too condensed and allusive in style to make any strong poetic impression.

  • This retrospective tendency was favourably regarded by the government.

  • The prose works touch on retrospective topics or deal with subjects of deep meditation.

  • ~The cohinuissioners agreed upon three rules by which they thought neutrals should in future be bound, and recommended that they should be given a retrospective effect.

  • 6 After the Democratic victory of 1800, his letters, full of retrospective judgments and interesting outlooks, are but rarely relieved in their sombre pessimism by flashes of hope and courage.

  • However, please note that any offer of additional or retrospective ERDF grant is strictly conditional.

  • They are also preparing a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for funding for retrospective conversion of the existing card catalogs.

  • A retrospective exhibition of his work was held in 1981 at the Malone Gallery in Belfast.

  • The Council will receive a retrospective rebate of 5% payable on the expenditure made with effect from 1 January, 2006.

  • Using both retrospective and prospective data we then explore the relationship between human isolates and those identified from cattle and retail poultry.

  • In 1989, the Wiener Secession presented a retrospective of his works on paper.

  • She has exhibited at numerous places including a retrospective of her photography at the North East's prestigious Zone Gallery.

  • The Barbican, London will be holding the first retrospective of her work in September 2005.

  • In 1985, the National Portrait Gallery staged a major retrospective.

  • This exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of Stuart's work.

  • The festival will also show a complete retrospective of fashion photographer and filmmaker Bruce Weber's work.

  • In 1886 a large retrospective of his work was held at the Grosvenor Gallery.

  • retrospective conversion of data generated on the older version of the database may also have occurred.

  • retrospective exhibition of his work was held in 1981 at the Malone Gallery in Belfast.

  • retrospective approval was granted for the advertisement at a reduced cost of £ 250.

  • retrospective analysis be required.

  • retrospective rebate of 5% payable on the expenditure made with effect from 1 January, 2006.

  • retrospective review has produced positive results.

  • No records are too old to be affected it is fully retrospective.

  • These warnings received minimal, and in some cases only retrospective, coverage from the media.

  • It is this intention that links their works across the decades and which in turn transforms this exhibition into a museum quality retrospective.

  • In spring, a cd retrospective of his music, Six Of Hearts, was released.

  • retrospective of the late artist 's work.

  • retrospective of works by Leonard McComb RA runs from 27th September to 20th October.

  • Melrose Station: Cllr Chisholm confirmed that no retrospective planning application has yet been received in respect of the unauthorized signage.

  • Next time you're reading a retrospective look at it with the opinion of smug superiority.

  • A 10-year retrospective study of patients who underwent initial thyroidectomy for PTC from 1986 to 1996 was completed.

  • turner prize, represented Britain at the Venice Biennale and had a retrospective at the Hayward.

  • Sometimes, too, when a great dramatic climax has given place to a lyrical anticlimax, retrospective moods, subtleties of emotion and crowning musical thoughts press in upon Wagner's mind with a closeness that determines every word; and thus not only is the whole third act of Tristan, as Wagner said when he was working at it, of " overwhelming tragic power," but Isolde's dying utterances (which occupy the last five minutes and are, of course, totally without action or dramatic tension) were not unlike fine poetry even before the music was written.

  • Apart from the two functions of discerning between right and wrong, and actively predisposing the agent to moral action, conscience has further a retrospective action whereby remorse falls upon the man who recognizes that he has broken a moral law.

  • By the peace of Vienna, Bocskay obtained religious liberty and political autonomy, the restoration of all confiscated estates, the repeal of all unrighteous judgments and a complete retrospective amnesty for all the Magyars in royal Hungary, besides his own recognition as independent sovereign prince of an enlarged' Transylvania.

  • Other quarterly reviews worth mentioning are the Eclectic Review (1805-1868), edited down to 1834 by Josiah Conder (1789-1855) and supported by the Dissenters; the British Review (1811-1825; the Christian Remembrancer (1819-1868); the Retrospective Review (1820-1826, 1828, 1853-1854), for old books; the Foreign Quarterly Review (1827-1846), afterwards incorporated with the Westminster; the Foreign Review (1828-1829); the Dublin Review (1836), a Roman Catholic organ; the Foreign and Colonial Quarterly Review (1843-1847); the Prospective Review (1845-1855), given up to theology and literature, previously the Christian Teacher (1835-1844); the North British Review (1844-1871); the British Quarterly Review (1845), successor to the British and Foreign Review (1835-1844); the New Quarterly Review (1852-1861), the Scottish Review (1853-1862), published at Glasgow; the Wesleyan London Quarterly Review (1853-); the National Review (1855-1864); the Diplomatic Review (1855-1881); the Irish Quarterly Review (1851-1859), brought out in Dublin; the Home and Foreign Review (1862-1864); the Fine Arts Quarterly Review (1863-1865); the New Quarterly Magazine (1873-1880); the Catholic Union Review (1863-1874); the Anglican Church Quarterly Review (1875); Mind (1876), dealing with mental philosophy; the Modern Review (1880-1884); the Scottish Review (1882); the Asiatic Quarterly Review (1886; since 1891 the Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review); and the Jewish Quarterly Review.

  • (the best general work on the subject); C. Port, Les Origines de la Vendee (Paris, 1888); C. Leroux-Cesbron, "Correspondance des representants en mission a l'armee de l'ouest (1794-95)" in the Nouvelle Revue retrospective (1898); Blachez, Bonchamps et l'insurrection vendeenne (Paris, 1902); P. Mautouchet, Le Conventionnel Philippeaux (Paris, 1901).

  • He published Something of Men I have Known; With Some Papers of a General Nature, Political, Historical and Retrospective (1909).

  • The retrospective exhibition of means of transport was interesting in view of the recent opening of the Simplon tunnel, the occasion of the exhibition.

  • In 1886 the Left, having no constitutional means of dismissing the Estrup ministry, resorted for the first time to negotiations; but it was not till the 1st of April 1894 that the majority of the Folketing could arrive at an agreement with the government and the Landsting as to a budget which should be retrospective and sanction the employment of the funds so irregularly obtained for military expenditure.

  • Their interest on the formal side is retrospective, but it is possible to find even in the persistent reiteration of medieval sentiment and methods, a fresh feeling for nature, and a lyrical quality of later timbre.

  • To explain his Mahratta policy, it will be necessary to give a short retrospective sketch of the history of that people.

  • The earliest cases, according to retrospective inquiry, occurred in June 1899; suspicions were aroused in July, but the diagnosis was not established until August.

  • Mortality among rats is said to precede the appearance of human plague, but the evidence of this is always retrospective and of a very loose character.

  • In the first place, a very great part of what the poem tells about Beowulf himself is not presented in regular sequence, but by way of retrospective mention or narration.

  • Now, with one brilliant exception - the story of the swimming-match, which is felicitously introduced and finely told - these retrospective passages are brought in more or less awkwardly, interrupt inconveniently the course of the narrative, and are too condensed and allusive in style to make any strong poetic impression.

  • Such was the formula of the Eternal Gospel, which, as an unconscious forecast of the Renaissance, has attracted retrospective students by its felicity of adaptation to their historical method.

  • If it act not upon the terms but upon the remedy, it impairs the obligation if it purport to be retrospective, but it is valid so far as it applies to subsequent contracts.

  • This retrospective tendency was favourably regarded by the government.

  • The prose works touch on retrospective topics or deal with subjects of deep meditation.

  • He organized the famous Exposition Retrospective held at the Petit Palais in 1900, and published a number of expert volumes on enamels, ceramics and furniture.

  • ~The cohinuissioners agreed upon three rules by which they thought neutrals should in future be bound, and recommended that they should be given a retrospective effect.

  • 6 After the Democratic victory of 1800, his letters, full of retrospective judgments and interesting outlooks, are but rarely relieved in their sombre pessimism by flashes of hope and courage.

  • AB - This retrospective study analyzes the outcome of treatment of 61 patients with advanced carcinoma of the pyriform fossa.

  • The Council will receive a retrospective rebate of 5% payable on the expenditure made with effect from 1 January, 2006.

  • In 1989, the Wiener Secession presented a retrospective of his works on paper.

  • She has exhibited at numerous places including a retrospective of her photography at the North East 's prestigious Zone Gallery.

  • The Barbican, London will be holding the first retrospective of her work in September 2005.

  • In 1985, the National Portrait Gallery staged a major retrospective.

  • This exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of Stuart 's work.

  • The festival will also show a complete retrospective of fashion photographer and filmmaker Bruce Weber 's work.

  • In 1886 a large retrospective of his work was held at the Grosvenor Gallery.

  • Some retrospective conversion of data generated on the older version of the database may also have occurred.

  • Retrospective approval was granted for the advertisement at a reduced cost of £ 250.

  • A portion of each monthly sample is stored frozen, should retrospective analysis be required.

  • The process of retrospective review has produced positive results.

  • No records are too old to be affected it is fully retrospective.

  • These warnings received minimal, and in some cases only retrospective, coverage from the media.

  • It is this intention that links their works across the decades and which in turn transforms this exhibition into a museum quality retrospective.

  • In spring, a CD retrospective of his music, Six Of Hearts, was released.

  • After more than a decade I encountered the work again, in a retrospective of the late artist 's work.

  • A retrospective of works by Leonard McComb RA runs from 27th September to 20th October.

  • Now, with the release of a terrific retrospective, she is ripe for rediscovery.

  • Melrose Station: Cllr Chisholm confirmed that no retrospective planning application has yet been received in respect of the unauthorized signage.

  • Next time you 're reading a retrospective look at it with the opinion of smug superiority.

  • A 10-year retrospective study of patients who underwent initial thyroidectomy for PTC from 1986 to 1996 was completed.

  • In the Eighties he won the ' turner prize, represented Britain at the Venice Biennale and had a retrospective at the Hayward.

  • Nearing their ten-year anniversary, the band presently has a DVD in the works that will act as a career retrospective.

  • The show is essentially a retrospective of the video game industry, in music -performed by a classical orchestra -- and video clips.

  • We will be featuring a retrospective exhibit with Macy's Herald Square and Vogue highlighting our heritage and evolution of the brand.

  • Learn more about your favorite All My Children moments in history with the Biography Channel retrospective of AMC history.

  • In 2004, a 90-minute retrospective aired on CBS featuring a return of many original cast members to Southfork Ranch (a real place), located in Parker, Texas.

  • It features an engraved black and brown dial with a retrospective crown design.

  • At this point, My Morning Jacket released two retrospective music collections chronically their early years - Early Recordings Chapter One: The Sandman Cometh and Early Recordings Chapter Two: Learning.

  • The track can also be found on Vega's two greatest hits collections, Tried and True (1988), and Retrospective (2003).

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