recouple

recouple

(riːˈkʌpəl)
vb (tr)
formal to couple (two people or things) again; reunite
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Workplace-based assessments (WPBA) provide such an opportunity to recouple teaching and learning with the assessment.
We wish the actress well for 2015 and hope it brings her peace, serenity and the will to consciously recouple with reality.
This was revised on an interim basis to raise the per-person exemption to $5 million, indexed for inflation, and recouple the estate and gift tax.
This released the brake until the wheel's angular velocity returned to the same rate as the flywheel, at which point the spring would reset and recouple the flywheel and drum.
The Center can decouple the real control hardware and allow the simulation to proceed as fast as the computations allow for the unoccupied period and then recouple the hardware and reset the control system clocks to begin a new simulated day.
Trembling as they frantically go about their business over and over and over again, the anonymous naked figures--all bellies and breasts and twitching cocks--seem suspended somewhere between ecstasy and terror, their movements equally evocative of libidinous quivering and cowering dread while they couple and recouple, often in the presence of gesticulating figures that regularly intervene, as narrators or perhaps givers of laws, in the queasily erotic landscape.
157) The Court concluded that the statute was unconstitutional because the alleged safety benefits to railyard workers were outweighed by the costs to the railroads, which would have to avoid Arizona or uncouple and recouple train cars when passing through the state.
While theory development in this area is valuable in its own right (Prange, 1999), for the field of entrepreneurial learning to build on the platform represented by the articles in this Special Issue it will be necessary to recouple the "realities" of theory and practice and of content and process.
These initiatives serve to recouple schools' formal and technical structures by indirectly controlling classroom content and holding schools accountable for minimal outcomes (Rowan, 2002).
Recouple with investors to rebuild investment interest and restore Ashanti's stock value.
In the Quartet Durrell clearly set out to create a fiesta of utopian sex--his stated aim was to conduct "an investigation of modern love"--in which characters couple and recouple, cluster and disperse, like clouds of microbes seen between glass plates in a microscope--an endless Carnaval ball.
The real fly in the ointment for California," said David Hensley, an economist at Salomon Brothers in New York in an interview with the Christian Science Monitor, "is that the longer its expansion continues, the more the state's fortunes begin to recouple with that of the nation.