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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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The game restarted with the retaken penalty at the Seaview Stadium in north Belfast, which Williamson converted with a low shot.
A Kurdish regional authority flag wowing a building which was retaken by Peshmergas
A piece of land belonging to the provincial jail was retaken on Wednesday as part of the campaign.
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.
However, Maersk Line President John Reinhart said he could not confirm that the crew had retaken control, saying: "A lot of speculation is going on.
95) tells of the Falklands War as experienced by a below-decks sailor who participated in the first encounter with the Argentinean forces when south Georgia was retaken from the invaders in Operation Paraquat.
A highly accessible true story of how an ordinary man proved capable of a military master stroke, and the fallout thereafter when the territory he claimed was retaken by Union troops.
Within hours, Oaxaca's indigenous community had retaken the city and called for the governor's resignation.
But Mr Taylor ruled there had been encroachment and ordered the kick to be retaken.
To add to their misery, Shrewsbury saw midfielder Martin O'Connor become the third player to be red carded in the protests that followed the retaken spot-kick.
As is the case with the PFS exam, no partial credit is given; a failing score means the entire exam must be retaken.