Examples of usage:

  1. Finally, the apple and the ball, at the bottom of this whole burden of books, complete the recapitulation; as the one, the raw fruit; the other, the ready missile, of primeval man. "Civics: as Applied Sociology" by Patrick Geddes
  2. I know not by what whimsical link of association the recapitulation of this insect din suggests the recollection of other discords, at least as harsh and much more troublesome. "Domestic Manners of the Americans" by Fanny Trollope
  3. I have indeed, said she, purposely forborne to ask the particulars of his life, lest the recapitulation of some misfortunes, which he has undergone, should give him pain; and, as to the article of his fortune, I own myself equally afraid of inquiring into it, and of discovering the state of my own, lest we should find ourselves both unhappy in the explanation; for, alas! "The Adventures of Roderick Random" by Tobias Smollett
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