(1) The words are also haunted by Dickens's fear of a reprise of a violent social revolution akin to that experienced in France in the last decade of the eighteenth century.(2) A mournful adagio is sandwiched between the scherzo's reprise , deftly establishing contrast.(3) In an eerie reprise of Friday a month ago, a disappointing US economic statistic triggered a powerful rally, so violent as to indicate that at least some of the downward pressure of late was short selling.(4) Acting almost as a reprise for the entire album, the song ends the album nicely and, more importantly, leaves the listener wanting more.(5) The second movement is like the surreal reprise of the first that it is supposed to be.(6) Like the well-known Garden Sculpture, Ruin has grown with each installation, helped by friends, a reprise of Roth's freewheeling, iconoclastic process.(7) Nevertheless, the reprise of Helmut Newton's image is an interesting continuation of her earlier work while the series of self-portraits with naked women marks a deepening of Stehli's provocative art.(8) The party reshuffle was a reprise of a broader opposition reshuffle that took place in the past 12 months.(9) After a reprise of the music for horns and piano for another short male solo, the Coda begins in vigorous style.(10) The passage in question covers the return of B, C and D themes, and the retransition to the final reprise of A.(11) The chorus of the piece - a reprise of Allien's introduction replete with the now introduced elements is a exultant mélange of avant-pop songwriting.(12) The result was rattled nerves and rising complaints about Washington's efforts to protect Americans from a reprise of that terrorist attack.(13) It is already committed to getting prices rising at around 1% and providing ample liquidity to banks to prevent a reprise of the 1988 financial crisis.(14) The innovative Goodyear pact is a reprise of the strategy Gerard used to help restructure the ailing U.S. steel industry in the past year.(15) After all, Sebastian and Viola have performed this scene before: when he peels off her moustache in this recognition scene, it's a reprise of their shipboard vaudeville act.(16) In a reprise of an argument she aired in an earlier essay, Musacchio characterizes the female viewer as the force driving the market that produced these artifacts.