The topic of assimilation discussed in the preceding chapter needs no recapitulation.
It was interesting, but I should have preferred to edit the recapitulation.
The impression obtainable from my recapitulation is, of course, incomplete.
recapitulation of the circumstances which gave birth to, 341.
The second kind—a summary—does somewhat the same thing that the recapitulation does, but it effects it in a different matter.
Her voice broke into a wail with the recapitulation of her woes.
This is simply a recapitulation of what has been established in the preceding proofs.
recapitulation of the general and special circumstances in its favour.
Now let us return to the main trunk, working upward by way of recapitulation.
You would have held 144 your breath to have heard the recapitulation of their names.
late 14c., "a summarizing," from Old French recapitulacion (13c.), from Late Latin recapitulationem (nominative recapitulatio), noun of action from past participle stem of recapitulare "go over the main points of a thing again," literally "restate by heads or chapters," from re- "again" (see re-) + capitulum "main part" (see chapter).