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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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Westridge police arrested Abid and recovered 510 gram charas from his possession while the same police held Atif and recovered 520 gram charas from his custody.
a scrap metal recycler or landfill owner) is responsible for ensuring that refrigerant is recovered from equipment before the final disposal of the equipment.
Recovered ticks were placed in sealed vials and transported to the North Park University Laboratory where their identity was confirmed.
A warrant to search the storage unit at Highway Self Storage on Weyerhauser Way was obtained and detectives recovered so many items that they filled an interrogation room at the station.
Of these, 350 use at least some recovered paper, while 160 use recovered paper exclusively as their fiber source.
It is no secret that the circuit courts do not agree on the tax treatment of contingent attorneys' fees recovered by plaintiffs.
We not only identified and recovered more than $1 million for the client," Houlin says, "we developed a system change resulting in an additional $5 million estimated cost savings over five years.
With some exceptions, Dohar et al contend that a pathogen is defined as an organism that is recovered with at least a 2+ growth index.
SureSync administrators can leverage real-time replication and file versioning technology to maintain protected copies of data, as changes are made, ensuring data can be recovered from the last update or from last week's updates.
Western Europe recovered 32% of its post-consumer plastic waste in 1999, the latest year for which the Association of Plastics Manufacturers in Europe (APME) has figures.
Another hard workout before your muscles have recovered is not likely to be very productive.
The program's on-screen log gives you real-time information about the database being recovered.