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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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That's bad news for the students who are eligible to retake the exam in early July, and also for the school districts who must foot the bill for summer school, or what some districts are calling "EOC camp.
Students will feel they don't want to spend another year doing retakes because they want to get to university when their friends are going,' she said.
Gardner said students were rescheduled to ensure that all students had core courses that meet graduation requirements; Grade 11 and 12 students who need to retake MCAS were identified and scheduled for retakes; and a remedial after-school tutoring program had been developed and started on Sept.
Universities increasingly refuse to recognise the results of A level retakes when deciding who to offer places.
Sarah enrolled on a short retake course and took two modules in January when she achieved A grades.
And although the answer was no, it advised her to retake the A-levels she received the lower grades in, with a promise she would be offered a place again the following year if she could get As in both of them.
For example, A-Level retakes can cost as much as pounds 7,410 for three subjects.
This weekend closes the company's WestWorks Festival of ``new plays and retakes on some old plays.
Adoption of flat panel displays is key to realizing the productivityadiography eliminates the need for film processing and time-consuming retakes.
Each day, for the past week, tens of thousands of people, anxious over China's increasing intrusions into Hong Kong's affairs, camped in the rain, stood in interminable lines, engaged in brief scuffles over line-jumping, all to sign up for this tenuous sort of British identity - an identity they hope will provide some security after China retakes this colony July 1, 1997.
business, aided in recent years by restructuring and a weak dollar, retakes the initiative in quality and cost from its European and Japanese counterparts, according to the newly issued Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group annual forecast and analysis of industry and government.