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1. Annual Report of the United States Shipping Board by United States Shipping Board (1921)
"The following is a recapitulation of the financial earnings of the Board's tank steamers for the period covered by this report: RECAPITUALTION. ..."
2. The General Practitioner as a Specialist: A Treatise Devoted to the by Jacob Dissinger Albright (1911)
"A recapitualtion of the organs whose functional activity and organic patholgy it is possible to influence by an appeal to the pelvic outlets, ..."
3. Charges Against the Federal Board for Vocational Education by United States, Congress, Committee on Education, House (1920)
"... upon 43 Employment deferred until future date 1 Recapitualtion of District No. e figures as shown by eligibility squad. ..."
4. Journal of the United States Artillery by Artillery School (Fort Monroe, Va.), Coast Artillery Training Center (U.S.) (1918)
"On page 8 of this Report of the Council a recapitualtion is given of the measures which the Council believed should be enacted into laws. ..."