resubject

resubject

(ˌriːsəbˈdʒɛkt)
vb (tr)
to subject again
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Because the narrative structure of informal empire depends on arguments for independence, both structurally (Britain needs Latin America to be free in order to resubject it) and ideologically (such statements of solidarity help mask imperial ambition), it is almost impossible for anti-imperial sentiment to ever stand outside of the imperial project.
The findings that motoneuron was able to resubject muscle by regeneration and finally full or nearly full recovery in adult animals with sciatic nerve injury [12], but with reduced excitatory postsynaptic potentials, indicated the plasticity of motoneuron central synapses after transiently losing a link between motoneuron and its controlled muscle [13-15].
In her astute analysis of the film Latimer contends that "the film's reproductive politics cannot be confined solely to the level of metaphor" and that "if [Kee] is originally subject to bare life through her status as a refugee, she is then resubjected to another form of bare life through her reproductive body" (54, 59).
If crime is the willful flouting of the essential rules around which a society is organized, then punishment must cause the offender to be resubjected to those rules, regardless of whether he or she accepts them.
We resubjected these isolates to molecular identification by rpoB gene sequencing (4) and performed a medical file review.
Similarly, Franklin contrasts Boccaccio's apparently positive treatment of the Amazons with the more usual mode in which they are viewed as abnormal and in need of being resubjected to men through death or marriage; Boccaccio's representation of Amazons in the Teseida completely fulfills this description of the more typical treatment, and might have raised some interesting issues regarding their assessment in Famous Women, but those are issues that someone else will have to raise.
When the sample was resubjected to the same weak shear as the first one immediately after the cessation of the high shear stage (Stage III), [eta]*, G' and G" simultaneously recovered to the levels comparable to the plateau values in Stage I.
The data were resubjected to analysis of variance to obtain a new pooled error.