Technique of Collection of Regurgitate from Lacrimal Sac for Bacteriology: Sample of regurgitative
material was taken by sterile swab under all aseptic precautions and directly inoculated in glucose broth.
Her concern has been echoed by other composition scholars, such as Cohen and Spencer, who complain that student research papers are often "mediocre, regurgitative
, and uninspired" (222; see also Larson; McKeachie).
Yet, I feel that if there is only a regurgitative
replication of content, something is lost.
Neither can ever fully deviate from what one wag calls "the regurgitative
factor"--publishing the week's events, summarized and contextualized.
Students and professors whose first interactions occur in Foundations of Canadian Law will come to see themselves as active, not passive, as reconstitutive, not regurgitative
, as continual, not episodic, interpreters.
Several pints later, I had to decant him into a taxi and give the driver my credit card number to cover the cost of any potential regurgitative
accidents on his way home.
through a premature regurgitative
impulse: an "ambitious desire of