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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 company is requesting to return to the more traditional approach of recovering these salvage costs from current customers.
ActionFront is a leading company recovering lost information from downed or inaccessible computers, backups, servers and corrupted or deleted file sets.
ADVO launched the America's Looking For Its Missing Children(R) program in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the United States Postal Service in 1985, and ADVO's missing child cards are responsible for safely recovering 126 children.
Specifically, in seeking a Temporary Restraining Order, PG&E asked the Court to (1) order the CPUC to allow PG&E immediately to commence recovering its going-forward procurement costs (net of PG&E's generation revenue) in retail rates subject to any lawful retroactive CPUC prudence review and refund, (2) issue and Order to Show Cause why a Preliminary Injunction to the same effect should not issue and (3) set an expedited briefing and hearing schedule on PG&E's Preliminary Injunction Motion.
The rate mechanism for recovering stranded costs is a two-part Competition Transition Charge, one part of which will be a fixed charge to recover $450 million and a second part which will be a "floating" charge that will vary with market prices.
Navigational difficulties prevented the team from recovering the Magellan 725 ROV within the available time frame.
Thoratec Laboratories Corporation (Nasdaq/NMS:THOR), a medical device company, said today that the Texas Heart Institute(R) has used its Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) System to successfully treat a patient recovering from heart failure.
is believed to have the only known technology for recovering missing source code in the IBM mainframe environment.
SRC is believed to have the only technology available for recovering missing source code in the IBM environment.
SRC has been recovering source code primarily for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies for more than five years, having provided recovered source code which has been 100 percent functionally equivalent to the original missing code.
These four transactions will result in IUC recovering approximately 650,000 pounds of uranium concentrates at costs well below current market prices and several hundred thousand pounds of tantalum/niobium concentrates by the end of the first quarter of 1998.