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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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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has pledged to retake Mosul by the end of this year.
The continued international efforts to uproot Daesh and only rhetorical efforts to hinder its war against the opposition only reinforce Assad's claim that he can retake every last inch of Syria.
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.
But without more sophisticated weaponry, the Kurdish fighters, known as peshmerga, have had to rely on aging arms like the Soviet-era cannons, a centerpiece of the offensive Tuesday to retake Mahmoudiyah and the nearby strategic towns of Rabia and Zumar.
By December 2013, after two opportunities to retake the exam, about 22 percent of students had still not passed, despite a rule passed by Williams that let more than 34,000 students who failed either the reading or writing test in English II pass if they had a high enough combined score on reading and writing.
The Retake Season 1 will feature 13 exciting episodes featuring views and reviews on brand new films from India and beyond.
The Retake Season 1 will feature 13 episodes featuring views and reviews on brand new films from India and beyond.
The clash that occurred when the police were trying to retake the protest site near the Democracy Monument also injured 70 others, 32 of whom are still under treatment in hospitals, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's Erawan Emergency Medical Center.
The amendment requires lawyers seeking reinstatement after a lengthy suspension, who are required to retake the bar exam (including the MPRE section), to take the exam before applying for reinstatement.
Summary: San: At least 10 people including three soldiers were killed in an offensive to retake .
Maharashtra, May 28 -- Starting July 1, 2013, new updates being made to the GRE(R) Program will allow individuals to retake the GRE(R) revised General Test as frequently as once every 21 days, and up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period.