It does not restore to the Uitlanders all the rights of which they have been unjustly deprived since the retrocession.
Lyell estimates the retrocession of the falls to be about a foot a year.
And a young man, whom I saw yesterday, was seized with asthma on the retrocession, or ceasing of eruptions on his face.
President Jefferson called the attention of Congress to this retrocession.
The retrocession of the Liaotung Peninsula had not been effected by Russia alone.
Bonaparte had secured from Spain the retrocession of the province of Louisiana.
As a matter of fact, the entire world knew and knows that she had guaranteed the retrocession.
The reason why retrocession of the Falls is possible is found in the occurrence of the shale noted above as underlying the rock.
No; the people of the trans-Alleghany country could not remain silent and unprotesting witnesses to the retrocession of Louisiana.
The Treaty of St. Ildefonso, of 1800, is a mere treaty of retrocession.
retrocession ret·ro·ces·sion (rět'rō-sěsh'ən)
A relapse, as of a disease.
Cessation of the external symptoms of a disease, followed by signs of involvement of an internal organ or part.
Backward displacement of the uterus or other organ.