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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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Afterwards, jubilant goalscorer Williamson said she had not slept since she heard on Wednesday the penalty would be retaken.
A Kurdish regional authority flag wowing a building which was retaken by Peshmergas
He said the retaken property measuring five acres had been allotted for the jail during Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan's government.
We're told this morning by multiple sources that Gaddafi forces have come up the highway, they have retaken Brega, they've started with the airport, they're now in control of Brega itself," The Guardian's Martin Chulov said.
We were disappointed we missed the penalty initially but it should have been retaken as Drogba was encroaching in the box.
The bodies of civilians and security forces were found in an abandoned base near Hawija, a northern town retaken in early October, Kirkuk governor Rakan Saed said.
They have retaken large sectors of the city but the IS warriors have remained entrenched in some pockets in its old sector.
Such assistance could help Iraqi forces move forward with their largest operation against ISIS jihadis to date, which enjoyed initial success but has since stalled into a siege, with the city surrounded but not retaken.
The remaining 40, 000 acres wouuld be retaken soon, he hoped.
Given referee Mike Dean decided to clamp down on encroachment, Bet365 have opened a market on whether any Premier League penalty is retaken on Saturday.
EASTBOURNE boss Garry Wilson hailed Ollie Rowland for earning a replay with a last-minute retaken penalty.
Fulham assistant boss Christian Damiano saluted his ``coldblooded'' goal hero Steed Malbranque, who fired home a retaken penalty to put Fulham in Tuesday's second-round draw.