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  • (12 May 2006) - Three years in the business might seem like a too-brief span for a retrospective, but since 2003, Washington D. C.-based quartet the Fort Knox Five founded their own record label (called Fort Knox Recordings), remixed the likes of Tito Puente, Louis Armstrong, And Tower of Power, and collaborated with hip hop's elder statesman Africa Bambaataa-not to mention all the bodies they've got moving on the ... Cool Hunting
  • And even those who'd retired in the fullness of time were no longer secure from retrospective investigation and changed pensionable status. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • He decided not to contest the retrospective charge. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once Roma were level, that incident acquired ominous overtones retrospectively.
  • Methods In this retrospective study, The operation indication, result and complication fo 11 consecutive cases of artificial iris diaphragm implantation for silicone oil support eye were studied.
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  • Perceptual displacement of cues modulated performance of the prospective component but not the retrospective component.
  • It also raises the spectre of the American taxman taking retrospective action against scores of US companies that have moved offshore in recent years. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, the period 1945-51 has come to acquire a retrospective glow which it may not altogether deserve.
  • A retrospective influence pervaded the whole performance.
  • In the recent retrospective of Nan Kempner’s wardrobe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, the late socialite’s closet was re-created in breathtaking detail — all 354 jackets and 362 sweaters — but her surprisingly undistinguished collection of handbags was relegated to a high shelf and mostly hidden. Carried Away
  • Experiencing the rich legacy of Ingmar Bergman is every bit as exciting as the chance to view the Turner watercolours or hear Tony Bennett perform the great American songbook, and the retrospective is simply unmissable.
  • The so-called rules of music theory constitute a retrospective set of principles that describe what various composers have done in the past.
  • In 2000, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in Alabama mounted a traveling retrospective of his paintings.
  • Methods: We retrospectively reviewed a consecutive series of 202 shoulders that had undergone magnetic resonance arthrography between 2004 and 2005.
  • Her 1981 publication Practicing History: Selected Essays was a retrospective of her essays that she identified as weathering the tests of time. Barbara W. Tuchman.
  • Rio's Museum of Modern Art (MAM) has opened a major retrospective, "Carmen Miranda Forever" (through Jan. 22), with clips from her Hollywood hits and mounds of eyepopping bijouterie, sequined stage gowns and her patented tutti-frutti turbans. Icon: We Still Have Bananas
  • Guy Bourdin, the book, is the catalog of the first serious retrospective exhibition of the photographer's work curated by Charlotte Cotton for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
  • The retrospective and, in some cases, arbitrary nature of the tax has been deeply resented. Times, Sunday Times
  • This retrospective offers the first chance in 40 years to discover not only the full range but also the true depth of this painter. Times, Sunday Times
  • The retrospective cohort study included female patients of a large New Zealand hospital that offered centralized colposcopy and obstetric services.
  • They are history interpreted retrospectively, reversed and inverted - my point being that history neither begins in nor relinquishes myth.
  • It's no use to the team on the receiving end if a player is banned retrospectively. The Sun
  • Writing retrospectively in The Rights of Man, Paine also celebrated the self-constituted popular committees which (Paine believed) from 1775 to 1777 successfully governed the new nation. History from Below
  • Amid these life-retrospective ponderings blooms a story of young love and lust.
  • And that ref chiefs tell officials to say they have not seen incidents so that retrospective action can then be applied. The Sun
  • A retrospective influence pervaded the whole performance.
  • Fred had already dug seven metres of a mineshaft at his Grade II listed home when councillors refused him retrospective planning permission after complaints from neighbours.
  • A retrospective exhibition of the work of Hamish Fulton is at Tate Britain until 4 June.
  • Having all this near the end of the show has the effect of adding retrospective weight and meaning to the beginning. Times, Sunday Times
  • I presume there is no question of retrospective operation of any award that would be made in this case.
  • The retrospective exhibition will include the artist's earliest work as well as his last projects - photographs that span the last half of the twentieth century.
  • Kusama, 82, is known as the 'priestess of polka dots' and her career is being celebrated in a major retrospective at Tate Modern. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
  • This major retrospective features some 200 works by the Post-Minimalist from the past four decades.
  • It's very rare for emcees to do narrative works, and even more rare for them to tackle a specific historical event retrospectively.
  • In 1999 the National Museum of American Art had a retrospective exhibition of the artist's works.
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  • He decided not to contest the retrospective charge. Times, Sunday Times
  • Voters may look back on an incumbent's performance in office, and cast a retrospective vote, or may compare what the candidates promise to do if elected to office, and vote prospectively.
  • Of the three remaining, two used prospective cohort designs and the other a retrospective cohort design.
  • Just as important, though, is a difference in function between retrospective appraisal and present judgments that have an exhortative function as much as anything else. Am I a Relativist? Well, It Depends.
  • But he traveled here primarily for the opening of his own mini-retrospective of five painted and unpainted steel constructions on the Met's Roof Garden (to Oct. 30), ranging over his career from the 1960 "Midday" (above) to his brand new "End Up": "End Up," 2010, rusted steel, cast iron, jarrah wood, collection of the artist, courtesy of Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York Lee Rosenbaum: British Art Royalty: Sir Anthony Caro Rules the Roof
  • This is the first major retrospective in this country of the German painter whose pieces are as visually amazing as they are intellectually complex. Times, Sunday Times
  • These aren't imported words with genuine umlauts, but retrospective accents denoting a junked hyphen as in microorganisms or coordinated.
  • This major retrospective of British sculptor Henry Moore consists of some 120 works, including drawings, maquettes, plasters, wood and stone carvings, and large bronzes.
  • The Pompidou Centre has already staged a major retrospective of his work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Finally, there is the 1972 Edinburgh Film Festival Booklet, edited by Jon Halliday and Laura Mulvey, which accompanied a retrospective of some twenty Sirk films and contains both reprints and new material.
  • We retrospectively reanalysed data from our single blind, randomised and controlled study of early identification of depression and pragmatic intervention by psychogeriatric consultation.
  • We disregarded these gathering clouds – and pretended that a period we retrospectively dub opulent and irresponsible was normal – when we might at least have been enjoying their silver linings. Whelk ice cream never meant we stopped being a Pot Noodle nation
  • Bronte's limited world was one of moorland and governesses, big houses and class strictures, but Boylan goes further, uncovering the underbelly of Victorian society with retrospective omniscience.
  • Back in the 1990s a friend, tired of the usual fan's attempts to bring about victory for Middlesbrough using the paraphernalia of lucky clothing and the like and, to be honest, during the higgledy-piggledy reign of Bryan Robson even Imelda Marcos would have exhausted her wardrobe in pursuit of something that would halt a post‑Christmas slump, determined on what appeared a foolproof scheme – a retrospectively effective charm. The winning secret of Sir Alex Ferguson's lucky underpants | Harry Pearson
  • Important retrospective of the British sculptor's work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Famous people (especially famous men) tend to get notable sayings retrospectively misattributed to them.
  • In 1971 a major retrospective of his work was held at the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Methods: The clinicopathological data of 6 cases with verruciform xanthoma of the oral mucosa were retrospectively analyzed, with follow-up.
  • Having taken prize money from the officialdom he execrated, Bernhard delights, retrospectively, in the consequences. Enfant Not So Terrible
  • While the rest of the world did retrospectives of the last decade in January, Capital Weather Gang took a bold look ahead to what the District might be like in 2076, America's tercentennial. D.C. weather of the future, year 2076
  • Bankers are quick to condemn retrospective tax legislation.
  • It said it didn't have to decide on whether the fact that CGU had filed for a trademark that it should have retrospective rights on everything with that trademark in.
  • Rather than rescue the late work, this retrospective ends an iconic American career not with an exuberant yawp, but, sadly, with a whimper. Height and Depths of Expression
  • This retrospective case note review of 203 penetrating keratoplasties with adequate follow-up data during a 5-year study period from 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2003 at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, were used for analysis. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • In 1946, the New York Museum of Modern Art had a huge retrospective exhibition of Marc Chagall's prints and paintings.
  • After dinner we went back to Fed Square to see A Tale of Springtime screened at cinematheque as part of the Eric Rohmer retrospective that's taking place over the next few weeks.
  • The relationship of his art to his country's dark and momentous history is perhaps the most powerful force that shapes this retrospective. Times, Sunday Times
  • These results are consistent with retrospective reports of infant irritability, insomnia, and colic among inhibited children.
  • The measure, which was retrospective for 12 years, was introduced followed lobbying by the Irish Georgian Society, the National Heritage Council, Bord Failte and Rohan himself.
  • Retrospective Diagnosis Using the first technique, researchers found dozens of possible AIDS cases from medical records dating back to the 1930s.
  • But if you haven't paid enough because you've spent half your life back-packing around the world, you are allowed to make retrospective contributions for up to the past six years.
  • The retrospective and, in some cases, arbitrary nature of the tax has been deeply resented. Times, Sunday Times
  • Symphonic music tended to be retrospective, with Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven forming the staple fare and accounting for the conservative forms of Schumann's and Mendelssohn's orchestral compositions.
  • A Dutch retrospective cohort study covering two flu outbreaks found that acute respiratory disease occurred in 26% of unvaccinated children and was most common in those under 6 years.
  • Section 3 of the Law Reform Act provides that section 4 is not retrospective.
  • Elizabeth, who died an unlamented old bat, metamorphosed retrospectively into ‘Good Queen Bess’.
  • The problem of retrospective awareness of the deleterious effects of mining is difficult to deal with.
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum is celebrating the centenary of the photographer's birth in 1904 with a retrospective exhibition of his work based on prints from the Bill Brandt Archive.
  • This retrospective exhibition presented works spanning the five-decade-long career of William Clutz.
  • The Smithsonian American Art Museum is now hosting the first major Rockman retrospective, entitled -- with a nod to Rachel Carson's Silent Spring -- "Alexis Rockman: A Fable Tomorrow".
  • This is a further reason why any change to the terms of judges' remuneration should not be retrospective and should apply only to new appointees. Times, Sunday Times
  • These works, part of a bequest from Jochen Schneider, patron and friend of the artist in Kampala, were the specific stimulus for the retrospective exhibition and its catalogue reviewed by Kasfir.
  • Retrospectively, we looked at airway flow tracings, identifying the start of slow inflation.
  • However, an ellipsis indicates the omission of words which clearly show that the complete passage by Inglis Clark had nothing whatever to do with retrospective laws.
  • Previous retrospective assessments in younger samples of childhood victimization and neglect have found that neglected boys and girls were at higher risk for arrests for violent crimes.
  • The second sequential component to happiness is the phenomenon of retrospective recall.
  • Well, I'm not sure this proposal is retrospective I prefer the term retroactive, actually. Grabbing Sir Fred Goodwin's pension
  • If listed building consent was necessary for the work, you can apply for retrospective consent or pay the buyer to insure against enforcement action. Times, Sunday Times
  • The results of a retrospective analysis are specific to the observed variation in the vital rates, and can be extrapolated to other situations only with great care.
  • Another important ground rule is that participation in exercises during a retrospective is optional.
  • And when would the retrospective tax end? Times, Sunday Times
  • METHOD: There were 73 patients with central-type lung cancer underwent sleeve lobectomy trachea-bronchoplasty whose clinical data were retrospectively analyzed.
  • The decision was not retrospective, and existing holders of the Griffith College degree were told they would have to complete the two-year King's Inns diploma course before being allowed to take the exam.
  • New Guidelines from the AHA on prevention of Infective Endocarditis Extensively analysis of literature on procedure-related bacteriemia and infective endocarditis, results of profilactic studies in animals, and retrospective and prospective studies of the prevention of infective endocarditis. Random feeds from Syndic8.com
  • Featured exhibits included landmark retrospectives of two major European photographers' works.
  • His retrospective exhibition featured only 123 of his best works, but many more have come to light since, and continue to do so.
  • Her renown grew steadily after that, a large, posthumous retrospective of her work appearing at the Modern in 1972.
  • Rio's Museum of Modern Art (MAM) has opened a major retrospective, "Carmen Miranda Forever" (through Jan. 22), with clips from her Hollywood hits and mounds of eyepopping bijouterie, sequined stage gowns and her patented tutti-frutti turbans. Icon: We Still Have Bananas
  • And that ref chiefs tell officials to say they have not seen incidents so that retrospective action can then be applied. The Sun
  • The rules are not retrospective, but it will mean people who use trusts in the future will be forced to sell up, move out, or pay the tax.
  • Retrospective condemnation is easy — this was a largely anti-Semitic population that had embraced the psychological and material benefits bestowed by a homicidal regime, and that remained inert in the face of what we now call genocide. Hitler's Co-Conspirators
  • The former owner of the scrapyard, Ray Bocking, visited the travellers and told them that the council had originally helped lay the hard core, flying in the face of council leader Tony Ball's assertion that the site is green belt land and not suitable for retrospective planning permission. Battle lines drawn as Dale farm travellers brace for eviction face-off
  • Both sets of trials have been clouded in uncertainty due to a recent constitutional amendment which prohibits retrospective prosecution.
  • It's no use to the team on the receiving end if a player is banned retrospectively. The Sun
  • Currently, much of the archival work reconstructing the administrative framework of the deposited documents is carried out retrospective to their creation.
  • The result is a satisfying blend of Bonington retrospective and survey of landscape painting in the 1820s.
  • Methods A retrospective review of 14 patients with intracranial tuberculoma was conducted including the clinical manifestations, diagnosis and surgical outcomes.
  • Only rarely is there a sudden flash of insight and this is usually retrospective.
  • I managed to get assignments to write the retrospective biographies of Raymond Massey and Burl Ives.
  • Methods: The clinical data in 86 patients with GP were analysed retrospectively and statistically.
  • This retrospective editing of something as well known as Oliver Twist makes all social liberalism appear ridiculous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bankers are quick to condemn retrospective tax legislation.
  • Far from marking any new direction, it is a retrospective, scattershot double CD of unreleased tracks, alternate mixes and rare B-sides.
  • This album was largely whimsical and retrospective, with a subtle sense of humour, even through the more serious numbers.
  • A New Museum retrospective suggests that Adrian Piper's aggressively provocative work is as much the product of her genes as of her fervid talent.
  • I began this retrospective, Volume XV of "The Welte Mignon Mystery" series, with those inscriptions Edvard Grieg made 17 April 1906 and here reproduced on the modern Steinway in stereo - such a tonic after the scratchy, well-nigh acoustically impossible shellacs he cut that had appeared on Pearl. Audiophile Audition Headlines
  • It hovers so close because like life, it's often unfair, unpoetic, plain contradictory, and retrospectively embarrassing - few of Darnielle's stories have chronicled passions so unadorned and believable.
  • However, the fuel supplement will not be charged retrospectively.
  • Long after the farewell he was kept passive by a weight of retrospective feeling. Daniel Deronda
  • Which reminds me: in Amadora, in lovely Portugal, they are having a career retrospective for me, which I wish I could have been at (as soon as I master the whole bilocation bit, I'll start turning up at a lot more places).
  • There might be some retrospective legislation and one day they'll come around and take your computers away and name you in the paper.
  • For example, the period 1945-51 has come to acquire a retrospective glow which it may not altogether deserve.
  • Objective Through retrospective analysis of the effect of one-to-one responsibility system deliver, probe into the best intrapartum health-care service mode.
  • The color photographs were excluded from both his subsequent retrospectives - in part because they were color, and 35 mm at that, but chiefly because they are not what viewers have come to expect from Morris.
  • She felt a pang of retrospective sympathy for Mel.
  • This is a big, powerful retrospective. Times, Sunday Times
  • Retrospective Diagnosis Using the first technique, researchers found dozens of possible AIDS cases from medical records dating back to the 1930s.
  • They will be having a free outdoor screening of Thriller (see it), The Wiz (skip it), plus a live dance retrospective (skip it) on July 9th at 7pm. prn Page 2 | /Film
  • She is also preparing a touring retrospective of Paul Kos, to open in April 2003.
  • A retrospective including conceptual drawings and photography from the early 1970s and the more recent large-scale sculptural installations exploring movement. Times, Sunday Times
  • Conclusions this database covering all the aspects of PWS clinical, psychological and social profiles, including familial psychological and quality of life will be a powerful tool for retrospective studies concerning this complex and multi factorial disease and could be a basis for the design of future prospective multicentric studies. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • Once again the Court of Appeal held that no such retrospective application of section 3 was possible.
  • What he calls the Rambouillet "peace conference" was in reality a partisan exercise to manufacture an excuse for bombing the Serbs to punish them retrospectively for Bosnia. Ephems of BLB
  • In fashion and music, cycles of revivals, retrospectives, and recombinations have emerged, defining styles with an eerie predictability.
  • Meyer asserts that the Cambrian explosion represented an actual sudden origin of higher taxa; that these taxa such as phyla are “real” and not an artifact of human retrospective classification; and that morphological disparity coincides with phyletic categories. The Panda's Thumb: MustRead Archives
  • Objective To retrospectively review the experience of mitral valve replacement after mitral commissurotomy in 39 cases.
  • Her strength as an artist may be that she elucidates her ideas so clearly and yet, when looking at her retrospective at the MCA, you feel that it's also her biggest liability.
  • The reason for his decision to end his almost four-decade-long state of purdah is that he wants to lend his support to a new collection of his work, 40: A Doonesbury Retrospective. Garry Trudeau: 'Doonesbury quickly became a cause of trouble'
  • Retrospective media coverage has whitewashed King while ignoring how his messages are radical challenges to the status quo of today.
  • Bankers are quick to condemn retrospective tax legislation.
  • Britain's first female press photographer is to be honoured with a retrospective of her work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Retrospective questionnaire surveys in tourists and business travellers found that sleep disturbance and psychosis were common.
  • A retrospective glance at the 2000-2001 regular season offers ample proof of blatant mismatches.
  • In the theory of our legal system that is a matter for a jury to pass upon, not for judges, though judges have to do it in the retrospective courts of criminal appeal.
  • To become Rowley at a second degree, constituted retrospectively in an act of textual misprision even as the fiction of Rowley itself is dispelled, he must of course cede any remaining hold on a stable authorial identity.
  • The largest is a comprehensive retrospective featuring over 200 of Arbus's photographs, along with contact sheets, cameras, letters and books from her personal library.
  • Methods: The relative factors was retrospectively analyzed and compared in 30 bipolar depression unipolar.
  • Every artist should be allowed to design the retrospective box set that will define a lifetime, as has Santana.
  • Afterwards, retrospective fear of the responsibility would make her feel almost faint.
  • In commemoration, his daughter has helped to compile a retrospective of his work. Times, Sunday Times
  • A recent museum retrospective in Prague offered a rare look at her work.
  • This is the first major retrospective of her work, and it does not disappoint. Christianity Today
  • The question of retrospective enforcement is not applicable only to the esoteric world of FX trading. Times, Sunday Times
  • We retrospectively analyzed the records of 164 patients who had colonoscopy with ileal biopsies at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia between 1994 and 1996. IBD clinical studies: diagnostic testing
  • When there is clear evidence of a footballing crime that the referee failed to spot, it seems that a retrospective punishment can he meted out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dresden isn't a retrospective re-creation, because it exists in a separate continuum from the events that formed it.
  • Following retrospective exhibitions at the Whitney Museum and Corcoran Gallery in 1974, she began keeping journals documenting her life as an artist.
  • Studying two initiatives in a single organization limits the ability to generalize, and retrospective accounts are subject to hindsight bias.
  • Currently, much of the archival work reconstructing the administrative framework of the deposited documents is carried out retrospective to their creation.
  • They commonly intimated themselves parenthetically in the midst of some blissful talk they were having, and overcast his clear sky with retrospective ideals of conduct or presentimental plans for contingencies that might never occur. April Hopes
  • The voice-over narration and flashbacks provide an autobiographical as well as retrospective cast to the film.
  • Yet what is particularly odd about his writing is that, at the turn of the 21st century, he identifies with those orphaned cosmopolitans retrospectively.
  • One of the first surveys since a Museum of Modern Art retrospective in 2005, this one dwells on many of the themes that have made Mr. Friedlander the jazziest street photographer since Henri Cartier-Bresson and, at the age of 77, still one of the hardest-working of his breed. A Street Photographer's Offbeat American Christmas
  • This paper retrospectively reviews the literature on the antler and summarizes its components and pharmaceutical actions.
  • This 15-film retrospective salutes the filmmaker—who died April 9 at age 86—with screenings of such iconic civic anatomies as "Serpico," "Prince of the City" and "Q&A," often with performers and their real-life counterparts in attendance. Up on the Roof and Courting a Prince of New York
  • In the retrospectives of most artists, it is the forms and the styles that keep changing.
  • The background The book will be published to coincide with the release of a complete retrospective boxed set of his recordings and a world tour. Times, Sunday Times
  • We on this side of the House do not favour retrospective legislation in the tax area.
  • Like the earlier Maps in A Mirror, this collection is a definitive retrospective of the short fiction career of the writer that The Houston Post called “the best writer science fiction has to offer.” WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR APRIL 11TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • This retrospective procedure has an uncanny import; by challenging us to discover its encrypted relationship to rhyme, the poem suggests that rhyme somehow operates inherently within articulation itself, even when, or especially when, the ear is unaware. Rhyming Sensation in 'Mont Blanc'
  • With some amendments, the decree ­retrospectively applied DIFC insolvency legislation to the affairs of Dubai World, giving the tribunal jurisdiction to supervise the restructuring and any ­insolvency. The Lawyer - Latest News
  • The majority of cases covered by the new powers are likely to be retrospective rather than pre-emptive, a spokesman for the council said. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Pompidou Centre is now showing a retrospective of his work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Retrospective Diagnosis Using the first technique, researchers found dozens of possible AIDS cases from medical records dating back to the 1930s.
  • Methods:Hysterosalpingography and clinical materials of 33 cases with infertility associated with peritubal adhesions confirmed by laparoscopy were analysed retrospectively.
  • This was a retrospective article about the attorney's career in the midst of a campaign for municipal judge, eight years after Burroughs was said to have submitted legislation.
  • On his next tour, when it came to all the "progress" training the Iraqi army, let Rod Nordland, the author of that "fawning" - his retrospective adjective, not mine - Newsweek cover piece of 2004, suggest an obituary, as he did in 2007: Get out now.
  • Methods Retrospectively analyze the characteristics of age, sex, occupation in patients senility venereal disease 52 cases.
  • An intriguing retrospective including conceptual drawings, photography and large-scale sculptural installations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Me, I suspect they are growing evermore desperate to retrospectively ‘justify’ their war, as the fruits of it grow more tragic, disastrous and perhaps even strategically-catastrophic for America.
  • The paradox of retrospective exhibitions is that they present the artist's work as completed and therefore past, even as some of the work receives its first public viewing.
  • The use of expensive methods to subclassify histologic variants of tumors as accurately as $15 immunohistochemical assays, the inability to replicate more than 98\% of published genomewide association studies, and multiple retrospective studies using single-group series with small sample sizes all contribute to these sentiments. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • The new rule will be applied retrospectively.
  • Council planning officer Martin Perks confirmed that the store had been granted retrospective planning permission for the extractors on April 15, several weeks after they had been installed.
  • The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall apply retrospectively to any work carried out prior to the date hereof in relation to the project…
  • LONDON—The massy concrete construction of the Hayward Gallery is usually considered a gruff example of Brutalist architecture, but Tracey Emin is pleased to be having a huge retrospective, "Love Is What You Want," there, even saying she finds its internal, curving spaces feminine. You Can Have Too Much of What You Want
  • There has been talk for years of a major retrospective and this must now be considered long overdue. Times, Sunday Times
  • Simeon Solomon's magnificent centenary retrospective in Birmingham reveals an artist whose work is suffused with trangressive sexuality
  • Most have been retrospective studies, with only one prospective study, and all were hospital based.
  • The result is a study that seems sometimes naive and dated - a work for those unquestioning 1980s but a little disappointing as a retrospective now.
  • I've always considered myself somewhat of a hopeless romantic, armed with crazy ideas and retrospectively pitiful fantasies about ways to woo.
  • Those looking for a more definitive primer on Ze and his relentlessly inventive experimentalism should turn to 2010's "Studies of Tom Ze: Explaining Things So I Can Confuse You," a five-disc, vinyl-only retrospective with a title that only hints at the heady reveries contained within. Lost tracks: Tom Ze, "Estudando a Bossa (Nordeste Plaza)"
  • It was also shown at the 1857 retrospective exhibition of Delaroche's works at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and was photographed by Robert Bingham for the catalogue raisonne published in 1858.
  • If it doesn't like a particular scheme it can immediately introduce legislation to close it down - and the rules will apply retrospectively.
  • Irregular service can be validated either by appearance or an order of the judge, and such validation would be retrospective.
  • So we were around for the beginning of it and we just happened to have lucked into doing this retrospective.
  • Although happy to be given the retrospective collection, she didn't court the attention.
  • Retrospective planning permission for the garage and underneath storage building, which is on green belt land, had already been refused.
  • The two retrospective articles published by the Moulton Advertiser in 1984 and 1998 did not print the Letson family name.
  • I sat as politely as possible through an extended retrospective of her paintings.
  • Matters are made more ominous by the fact that, in the novel's opening chapter, Lowry introduces us to these main events from the retrospective vantage point of November 1939.
  • Bankers are quick to condemn retrospective tax legislation.
  • Teachers settled for a 4.2% pay rise with retrospective effect from 1 April.
  • The decisions of the ombudsman will be binding, subject to a right of appeal to the High Court with a retrospective time limit of six years.

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