reascension

reascension

(ˌriːəˈsɛnʃən)
n
formal the process or act of reascending
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Black to the roots: Reggae's rise, downpression, and reascension.
African psychology: Toward its reclamation, reascension, and revitalization.
But the case provided a vehicle for the reascension of a mode of constitutional analysis that had been repudiated in deeds if not in words.
The three parts of the Commentary correspond roughly to the poet's fall, repentance, and reascension in God's grace.
Utilizing a timeline which traces the contributions and experiences of Afrikan people back to ancient times up to modernity and provides an historical context for understanding the contemporary conditions faced by Afrikan people, Black youth are able to appreciate the brevity of the 500 year period of oppression and visualize the reascension of African people.
1986) African Psychology: Towards its Reclamation, Reascension, and Revitalization.
African Psychology: Toward Its Reclamation, Revitalization and Reascension.