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retake

[rē′tāk]
the repeat of a radiograph because of inadequate technical quality, patient motion, mispositioning of the body part, or equipment malfunction.
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But various military and political obstacles stand in the way of any significant effort to retake Mosul.
The operation to retake Tikrit, which involves thousands of Iraqi soldiers, police and forces known as Popular Mobilisation units, which are dominated by Shiite militias, began on March 2.
After that point, students would have had eight opportunities to retake that test.
Manuel noted some suspended lawyers who were required to retake the bar exam applied for reinstatement before retaking the exam.
San: At least 10 people including three soldiers were killed in an offensive to retake headquarters seized by Al-Qaeda-linked militants in southeast Yemen, medical and military sources said Thursday.
If, for example, someone didn't feel they did their best on test day, the 21-day policy now allows them to retake the test quickly and still meet application deadlines.
Mr Lightman said some pupils planning to resit "will have already missed out on opportunities" and results of the retakes next month will be "too late for them to start things this year".
The college said the crime was reported to the Solicitors Regulation Authority and external examiners said there was "no alternative" but for the candidates to retake all exams affected.
And he saw red after a rant at an assistant who ordered a retake when he saved the kick.
Washington, Sept 10 (ANI): Cops have ordered an elderly woman who allegedly struck Reese Witherspoon with her car while the actress was jogging in California to retake her driving test.
Israel has sought to help a deposed prince, Sheikh Khaled bin Saqr al-Qasimi in the UAE emirate of Ras al-Khaima (RAK), in his attempt to retake control over the strategically important province, Arabic-language news website Al Bawaba reported, Thursday.
Last Sunday, the country's apex court issued a warning to Jha stating that he would lose his office if he did not retake an oath in the Nepali language.