retroject

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retroject

(ˌrɛtrəʊˈdʒɛkt)
vb
(tr) to throw backwards
[C19: from retro- + -ject as in project]
ˌretroˈjection n

retroject


Past participle: retrojected
Gerund: retrojecting

Imperative
retroject
retroject
Present
I retroject
you retroject
he/she/it retrojects
we retroject
you retroject
they retroject
Preterite
I retrojected
you retrojected
he/she/it retrojected
we retrojected
you retrojected
they retrojected
Present Continuous
I am retrojecting
you are retrojecting
he/she/it is retrojecting
we are retrojecting
you are retrojecting
they are retrojecting
Present Perfect
I have retrojected
you have retrojected
he/she/it has retrojected
we have retrojected
you have retrojected
they have retrojected
Past Continuous
I was retrojecting
you were retrojecting
he/she/it was retrojecting
we were retrojecting
you were retrojecting
they were retrojecting
Past Perfect
I had retrojected
you had retrojected
he/she/it had retrojected
we had retrojected
you had retrojected
they had retrojected
Future
I will retroject
you will retroject
he/she/it will retroject
we will retroject
you will retroject
they will retroject
Future Perfect
I will have retrojected
you will have retrojected
he/she/it will have retrojected
we will have retrojected
you will have retrojected
they will have retrojected
Future Continuous
I will be retrojecting
you will be retrojecting
he/she/it will be retrojecting
we will be retrojecting
you will be retrojecting
they will be retrojecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retrojecting
you have been retrojecting
he/she/it has been retrojecting
we have been retrojecting
you have been retrojecting
they have been retrojecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retrojecting
you will have been retrojecting
he/she/it will have been retrojecting
we will have been retrojecting
you will have been retrojecting
they will have been retrojecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retrojecting
you had been retrojecting
he/she/it had been retrojecting
we had been retrojecting
you had been retrojecting
they had been retrojecting
Conditional
I would retroject
you would retroject
he/she/it would retroject
we would retroject
you would retroject
they would retroject
Past Conditional
I would have retrojected
you would have retrojected
he/she/it would have retrojected
we would have retrojected
you would have retrojected
they would have retrojected
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If both the poem and its protagonist seem to end where they began, the circle they describe is a circle with a twist, a Mobius strip that turns the inner self into a surface and then retrojects that manifest identity into the human being as its essential nature.
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To make that case is doubly wrong for it retrojects modern assumptions about religion into that earlier era as well as misrepresenting or distorting the unequivocal evidence to the contrary available from that era.
7) Cicero is not uncritical of this version of events either, but his criticism points in a different direction from that of modern historians: he believes not that this account retrojects provocatio to an earlier period, but rather that it dates provocatio too late; in his view there was already a right of appeal (provocatio) from the decisions of the kings.