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Recreate

To refresh physically.
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The recreative project of contemporary innovative fiction is nowhere more evident than in its approach to history.
41: 17-20, like 44: 1-5 and 51: 3, belongs to the second and is concerned not with the return of exiles from Babylonia, as in a |New Exodus', but with God's recreative acts on behalf of Israel.
Focused on new literature, impatient with "systematic" methodology and ideological generalizations, this type of applied, journalistic criticism challenged the aesthetic dogmas of the previous decade in minute, recreative text analysis.
Page translates the relevant passage: ~This kind of music should not be set before a lay public because they are not alert to its refinement nor are they delighted by hearing it, but [it should only be performed] before the clergy and those who look for the refinements of skills'.(8) After conceding ~certainly an elitism in Grocheio's view of the audience for motets' he goes on to broaden that audience largely on the basis of motet verse, finding some 13th-century motets' more lyrical and recreative than intellectual' (p.85), and that the lack of scholastic arguments in their texts points against associating them with a learned and predominantly university milieu.
At another level Aboriginal people continued to use the country: hunting and gathering continued in many areas, even close in to the towns; recreative and recreational trips for fishing and food gathering remained as part of their lives, even when traditional patterns of time/space were disrupted.
A similar inconsistency mars her assertion that moral, plaintive, and recreative do not predate Spenser as rhetorical terms, and that they 'exist only within the closed world and language' of the Calender (p.
Their search for open-ended, polyphonous forms of expression made possible a more vivid, recreative response to life, not just an aesthetically satisfying account of it.
Here, perhaps, too little attention is given to the fact of an overall intensive separation of economic (and specifically cash) relations and kinship structure (providing for recreative and protective functions).
La foret recreative [beaucoup moins que] El Djadida [beaucoup plus grand que] de Ain Sefra [beaucoup moins que] el son ultime halte.
Similarly, a cursory investigation of current provincial curriculum documents confirms that including music making experiences which are not solely recreative, such as improvisation, continue to gain traction in Canadian music curriculums today.
The recreative nature, an invigorator of the loisir activities, has to complete the extras on the educational, cultural, intellectual, behavioural level, which any other resembling activity already has (Bota, 2006).