recrudescence


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a return of something after a period of abatement

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It means that we must ask the indulgence of, and count on the understanding of, our Catholic partners when we return again and again to the matters that are closest to our heart, those that touch on our survival as a people; namely, the security of the State of Israel and the recrudescence of anti-Semitism in the Christian world.
Second Wave -- Recrudescence of disease activity within several months following the initial wave of infection.
This doesn't quite blow out of the water my theory that betting, particularly in-running betting on the exchanges, is going to be responsible for a huge recrudescence of cricket's popularity, and that the game that started with shepherds punting among themselves on Broadha'penny Down is soon to threaten the Sport of Kings.
Interestingly, there was a "carryover effect," with no recrudescence of depressive symptoms during the washout period, Dr.
The problem basically is theological and involves, a spiritual recrudescence.
If there is to be a recrudescence of work on the Revolution and councils, however, it will have to be informed by a sober appreciation of the socioeconomic and psychological consequences of the First World War rather than by the euphoria over "direct democracy" and other enthusiasms of the 1960s and 1970s.
In this respect one might question Burns' terminal date of 1525 because in the subsequent decades there follows a hemorrhaging of universal imperial insignia, hitherto enjoyed by the Holy Roman Emperor, to the benefit of England, France and Castile, while at the same time presenting further a recrudescence of universal empire associated with the more enthusiastic servants of Charles of Habsburg.
Accentuated by the collapse of Soviet-bloc communism and the unification of Germany, the recrudescence of fascism constitutes one of the most dangerous and unsettling trends in Europe today.
And it may be important that social scientists make themselves aware of this propensity so that they don't, to cite just one instance, find themselves thoroughly surprised by the recrudescence of religious fundamentalism during the final quarter of the 20th century.
The date also suggests that even though the Republican dynasty established by Nixon seemed to signal a recrudescence of "traditional values," the ethic of selfishness was merely hiding out.
This report analyses the rationale behind the recrudescence of activity surrounding network sharing in the wireless industry.
Ces elections ont ete reportees a plusieurs reprises, ces derniers mois, en raison de l'instabilite persistante qui regne dans le pays, notamment dans la capitale Bangui, ou les violences sont en nette recrudescence depuis fin septembre et [beaucoup moins que] ne remettent peut-etre pas en cause ces scrutins [beaucoup plus grand que], mais jugees [beaucoup moins que] preoccupantes [beaucoup plus grand que] par la presidente de transition.
Le demantelement de ce reseau terroriste a ete mene dans le cadre d'une cooperation securitaire efficace entre le Maroc et l'Espagne dans une conjoncture marquee par la recrudescence des menaces de l'EI, souligne le ministere.
Among adults, the principal risk factor for invasive nontyphoidal Salmonella (iNTS) disease is advanced HIV infection; up to 44% of HIV-in fected patients experience bacteremic recurrence through recrudescence of the original infection (2,3).
La recrudescence de la campagne d'acharnement menee par l'Algerie contre le Royaume du Maroc se manifeste sous plusieurs formes, a souligne le journaliste chroniqueur, Naim Kamal, qui etait l'invite de l'emission "Hadith Assaaa", diffusee dimanche soir sur les ondes de radio "Medi 1".