He had been to the working-class picnics too often in his earlier life not to know what they were like, and as he entered the park he experienced a recrudescence of all the old sensations.
Martin had enjoyed the fight, with a recrudescence of the old fighting thrills.
The lion was forgotten--her own peril--everything save the wondrous miracle of this strange recrudescence
Fancy might have regarded the act as the recrudescence
of a trick in which her armed progenitors were not unpractised.
He still had recrudescence
of geniality, but they were largely periodical and forced, and they were usually due to the cocktails he took prior to meal-time.
And the dwindling shreds of the humanity still startled me every now and then,--a momentary recrudescence
of speech perhaps, an unexpected dexterity of the fore-feet, a pitiful attempt to walk erect.
of anger glinted in Weedon Scott's grey eyes, and he muttered savagely, "The beast
Remained Balatta, who, from the time she found him and poked his blue eyes open to recrudescence
of her grotesque female hideousness, had continued his adorer.
he cried in his undertone, with a sudden recrudescence
A blinding sunlight drowned all this at times in a sudden recrudescence
Evoquant la recrudescence
sans precedent des menaces terroristes a l'echelle internationale et regionale en raison notamment de la poursuite des conflits armes dans plusieurs pays arabes et de l'amplification des activites des organisations terroristes, Youssef Chahed a estime que cette situation a accentue la menace terroriste contre la Tunisie, comme en temoignent, a-t-il dit, les tentatives recurrentes d'infiltration des terroristes et la persistance de l'organisation "Daech" a mettre un pied en Afrique du Nord vu sa proximite de l'Afrique subsaharienne et de l'espace europeen.
Le cancer du sein connait une recrudescence
parmi la population soutiendra le Dr Amina Abdelwahab, senologue au CPMC d'Alger.