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The idea that we can have intentions about the past can seem plausible if we conceive of retrospection as a choice between courses of history.
Process data was generated by applying the method of retrospection, the objective of which was to ascertain whether the problem triggers were perceived by the participants as such, and to identify the strategies, if any, that they employed to deal with them.
The dreamlike retrospection of Jaber's digressive prose conveys his motifs--politics, war, identity, eroticism, romantic love, family ties, grief, sensuality, memory, imagination--by way of a narrator who complains that he can't express himself: "We fell in love, and my mind was running wild, making plans, and running wild some more when she told me (on the upper floor of a patisserie on Mono Street that's no longer there--she was eating ice cream and I was eating cake) that she couldn't see me anymore.
The festival will also host MOON cinema, a 72-hour retrospection by French documentary filmmaker Vincent Moon on the musical traditions and rites of various cultures.
Retrospection One features a 12-piece horn section, with Koller on piano, Steve Swallow on bass and Jeff Williams on drums, Retrospection Two is an 11-piece band including French horn, two guitars, Koller on trombone or Wurlitzer, and with Christine Tobin singing on a couple of tracks, and Retrospection Three has Koller on piano with the NDR Big Band.
On showcase for eSentire will be TRAP -- Targeted Retrospection Analysis Platform -- designed to find breaches that dwell in the network.
The passing of Bowie and Lemmy caused a moment of retrospection at the bar the other night.
AMID THE HUSTLE, bustle and good cheer of December, there's also an undertone of melancholy and retrospection.
In addition to free versions, these new are having features of editing tests information, storing them into device memory, viewing lists of tests, and recalling tests for retrospection.
It's a time for celebration and reflection, perhaps a little more retrospection than usual.
This is not just a moment for retrospection," said Nieman curator Ann Marie Lipinski, a past co-chair of the Pulitzer Prize board.
13: interoceptors retrospection (internal bodily receptors)