recuperable


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recuperable

(rɪˈkuːpərəbəl)
adj
capable of recuperation
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Although cultural and textual evidence has been recovered to create a sense of how it might have been received by contemporary Elizabethan audiences, as a replicable, affective experience it is never going to be entirely recuperable.
Exploitation du gaz de schiste Dans le secteur de l'energie, l'investissement sera poursuivi par un effort d'intensification de l'exploration en vue de renouveler les reserves et d'evaluer les ressources en hydrocarbures non conventionnelles dont le potentiel recuperable est considerable (30.
Disenchantment is then perhaps never as easily recuperable as when this romantic 'paradoxical torsion' is also the torsion of the 'commodity symbolic', (25) and when one's response to this conjunction is to see poetry as outside this symbolic, as a romantic exile.
Even what has long been the single most daunting element of Faulkner's prose, the stream of consciousness technique he employs in sections of The Sound and the Fury and As I Lay Dying, was recuperable by OBC as a populist opportunity rather than an alienating elitist gesture: visitors to the Summer of Faulkner site were invited to create and submit their own stream of consciousness narratives.
Their encyclopedic tendencies to amass material, survey all possible principles of categorization, and, in the process, locate and make available new object(s) of inquiry, or at least delineate new categorical boundaries, make Browne and Burton, in particular, apparently recuperable to accounts of the prehistory of the modern scientific project and to characterization of that project as one of redemption.
Le fait de ne consentir ce droit que durant les 24 premiers mois d'activite de l'entreprise constitue un serieux frein a l'investissement en en rendant le financement plus difficile : les banques n'acceptant de financer que le montant hors TVA des investissements, l'entreprise se retrouve dans l'obligation de financer, par prelevement sur son fonds de roulement, le montant d'une TVA souvent recuperable, qui devient ainsi une avance de tresorerie faite a l'Etat par une entreprise qui devrait, en bonne logique, etre soutenue plutot que le contraire ;
Surging up among the painted zones at the moment of unfolding, it appeared as the very mark of something beyond the self, beyond one's intentions, that nonetheless was not recuperable as higher or more primordial, but simply exterior.
Un gaillard sans aucune experience apprise de ses parents est facilement recuperable par la toxicomanie.
4) Nonetheless, Carusi's reading is recuperable inasmuch as it initiates a South African critique of the appropriation of metropolitan theory.
Debiera implicarse al personal sanitario de Atencion Primaria y Servicios de Urgencia, para potenciar la deteccion de la violencia en sus primeras fases de desarrollo, cuando todavia sea recuperable (Liebschutz, Battaglia, Finley y Averbuch, 2008), clarificar la existencia de "agendas ocultas" en las denuncias e intentar clarificar-disminuir las posibles discrepancias existentes entre las demandas explicitas existentes al presentar la denuncia (p.
Once having lost her followers and her namesake, neither words nor action seem recuperable.
For in representing what is effectively a society of selves, Lady Susan identifies individualism--specifically that developed through family relations and parental interest--as a universal problem, rather than as something recuperable and rendered unproblematic, by conferring singularity and the humanity that goes with it on some characters and not others.