reaccession

reaccession

(ˌriːəkˈsɛʃən)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) formal (of a position of power) the process of acceding again
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In The Reaccession of Ted Shawn, Weinert asked viewers to download the Dance-Tech Augmented Reality app on their smartphones or tablets, which played videos of Weinert performing Shawn solos when the device was pointed at particular signs and art work in the Museum of Modern Art.
See generally Robin Room, Reform by Subtraction: The Path of Denunciation of International Drug treaties and Reaccession with Reservations, 23 Int'l J.
The IWC continues to impose a moratorium on whaling to this day, but the moratorium lacks the support of the Scientific Committee (48) and has led to disputes among the parties, including a withdrawal and reaccession to the IWC by Iceland and a pending case before the International Court of Justice challenging Japan's whaling practices.
It involves a reaccession to the infinite which floods the artist's consciousness before engulfing him its it obliterative immensity.
93), Valenzuela had presented AZ's reaccession to the social as largely irrational or unwitting.