rediscoverer

rediscoverer

(ˌriːdɪˈskʌvərə)
n
a person who rediscovers
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The second half of the comet's familiar name rewards the rediscoverer, Liisi Oterma.
He is, in fact, the true rediscoverer of Michelangelo's genius (and of the Caravaggeschi in general, as in the case of Orazio Gentileschi and his daughter Artemisia).
Tompkins and Bird, in their exploration of the effects of sound on plant growth, refer frequently to Hans Kayser, a little known but well respected twentieth-century German scientist who was credited as the "rediscoverer of the ancient discipline of harmonics" (Kayser 11).
rDo rje gdan would be a destination somewhat incongrous for a Bon po, were it not that this master also had a career as a Buddhist gter ma rediscoverer (see Anne-Marie Blondeau, Annuaire de l'Ecole Pratiques des Hautes Etudes, 1984-1985 p.107-114 and "Identification de la tradition appelee bsGrags-pa Bon-lugs").
He describes Jouvenel as the first major rediscoverer of "the 'English school' of French thought" (p.
8 What name connects the reputed rediscoverer of Christ's cross with Napoleon Bonaparte?
Rilling and his International Bach Academy had long been interested in Mendelssohn's role as a rediscoverer and champion of Bach's music, and "The Uncle From Boston" was the largest work Mendelssohn ever composed for the stage, calling for a full chorus and seven soloists.
The rediscoverer of Ramesses II was Champollion who also translated as Rhamesseion the ancient Egyptian appellation of the building that Diodorus describes and from which Belzoni had taken the colossal head of Ramesses II in 1816, the temple we know now generally by the Latinized version of Champollion's Greek designation.
Even with the best habitat analysis in the world, an extinct-species rediscoverer still needs luck.
It has been, for the most part, a literature of rediscovery and, while one might condone the errors of original resea rch, it is hard to forgive those elaborate and unnecessary obfuscations of the rediscoverer, who sits in a swivel chair and enjoys the vicarious thrill of being an imaginary frontiersman.
Hueglin leads the reader through the history of Althusius interpretation, summarizing and evaluating scholarship from Otto von Gierke, Althusius's modern "rediscoverer," through Carl J.