In short, Davis rhetorically reconstructs
himself in the form of John Henry as he is received and preserved through balladry.
Robert Hale served for a year in the Army Reserves in Afghanistan, helping reconstruct
faces damaged by warfare.
First, she attempts to reconstruct
Dorcas's voice so that it echoes her own, and, second, she wishes to restructure the most significant events in Dorcas' life so that the whole life becomes supplemental to her own.
The donor tissue was used to reconstruct
the other twin's breast mounds and nipples.
If you know absolutely everything about an event--say, the collision of two cars--you can always reconstruct
their past, what paths the cars were on before they struck.
Several other flaps have been used to reconstruct
the soft palate following ablative surgery.
Although in the introduction Nalle claims she does not wish to reconstruct
a life "long ago lost" so much as she means to account for "one man's descent into religious madness" (2), it is impossible, or so it seems to me, to achieve the one without the other.
On an ongoing basis, reconstruct
or redetermine base-year cost for new items coming into the pool(s) during the current year.
It, too, entices us to reconstruct
what is visible only through its remains.
1526-1578), which has received little attention even in monographs devoted to that painter, but the authors' attempt to reconstruct
and interpret the iconography of the library's decoration as a whole within the larger topic of Church reform in the Renaissance.
When a new item enters a LIFO inventory pool, a company must use the current-year cost of the new item as the base-year cost, unless it can reconstruct
an earlier cost.
If we can successfully use these cells, which are relatively easy to obtain, in conjunction with the patient's own fat tissue to reconstruct
their breast after partial mastectomy, it will be a significant step forward for this growing patient population.