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recover

(rĭ-kŭv′ĕr) [O.Fr. recoverer]
1. To regain health after illness; to regain a former state of health.
2. To regain a normal state, as to recover from fright.
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A more complete solution that accounts for both a greater number of data loss scenarios and offers the ability to recover a system to a more current date-time stamp would include the installation of personal disaster recovery software.
Being able to recover all reasonable out-of-pocket costs and potentially lost wages should encourage taxpayers to litigate cases where the IRS appears to have no reasonable basis for the items in a deficiency notice.
But our specialists know where to look, and we do recover money for virtually all of our clients.
For whatever reason--perhaps this organism has some unusual growth requirement--we generally have not been able to recover C tuberculosteuricum, even though it is certainly present.
Today SPI uses this same mind-set to develop the SureSync product-line to help companies implement a cost-effective and reliable method to distribute, share, protect and recover data.
The process recovers about 500,000 lb/yr of usable PVC compounds from Delphi's scrap wire.
The hard day/easy day training pattern follows from the physiological principle of stimulus and response-hard training provides a stimulus for your body to improve, but rest is then needed to allow your body to recover and adapt to that higher level.
Where the new lease is for a term extending beyond the expiration of the prior lease, one court has held that the landlord may not, however, recover all of its costs of re-letting, but rather can recover only a prorated portion of such expenses.
For example, in a recent pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against a California employer too small to be covered by the California discrimination statute, the court nevertheless allowed the plaintiff to recover $20,226 in damages on the theory that pregnancy discrimination is already forbidden by the state constitution, which prohibits discrimination based on sex.
1 letter to the foundation that it take action to recover these assets, but QualMed has not received a reply from the foundation.
File-Rescue Plus recovers or undeletes "lost" or deleted computer data of every kind including photos, audio and video from every kind of device including Hard Drives, CD's, cameras, floppies, Jazz drives, Zip drives, Flash media, Smart media, and others.
The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires the Federal Reserve to recover the costs of providing priced services, including the PSAF, over the long run, to promote competition between the Reserve Banks and private-sector service providers.