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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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The costs of copying responsive documents to production media are recoverable.
7430; the only question was the correct amount of fees recoverable.
The number and scope of civil rights statutes have proliferated greatly since the 1960s, as have the types and amount of damages recoverable in such actions.
In the Coles Gilbert report assuming that this total work commitment can be undertaken, it is estimated that Beta will receive revenue from the production of up to 60 million stock tank barrels of proven recoverable oil under anticipated economic conditions (that is, using escalating prices and costs).
The Tomcat (Wilpinnie) Prospect is interpreted from seismic data to have the possible potential to contain recoverable oil in the range of approximately 3.
In 2005, Socar raised its assessment of the AIOC fields' recoverable reserves from 5.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- Magellan Petroleum Corporation (NASDAQ: MPET) said last year's reappraisal of the Palm Valley gas field, in central Australia's Amadeus Basin, estimates recoverable reserves that are essentially unchanged from a 1990 study by the same independent consultant.
611-2(c)(1) requires a denominator of recoverable units (barrels for oil or thousands of cubic feet (MCF) for gas) reasonably known or believed to have existed in place as of the date of acquisition for date of death for a decedent's estate and its beneficiaries).
The Oil Sands of Canada hold recoverable reserves of 175 billion barrels with a proven reserve life of 480 years and another 130 billion barrels of potential reserves, which is second only to Saudi Arabia's 262 billion barrels.
More than 50 discoveries made since early 1994 have resulted in 9 bn barrels of oil in place, of which recoverable volumes are estimated at 7 bn barrels and are yet to be added to the reserves estimate.
Chemical's HOP program has three components: unrestricted, general support grants to not-for-profit groups that have demonstrated an ability to create low-income housing; housing seminars on topics relevant to community housing developers; and recoverable grants or no- interest loans, to finance a portion of upfront "soft" costs involved in housing development.