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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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Sir John "Sandy" Woodward, commander of the Royal Navy task force that retook the Falklands Islands in 1982, who has died aged 81.
Syrian army retook a strategic area in Quneitra countryside from the foreign-backed militants on Thursday.
Retaking the refinery marks a significant achievement against ISIL, just a day after pro-government forces retook the nearby town of Beiji .
Summary: Iraqi security forces backed by volunteer militiamen Thursday retook several villages located on the way to the town of Amerli, which jihadists have besieged for months, officers said.
MAZAR-I-SHARIF (PAN): The Department of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock retook 60,000 acres of land from grabbers last year in the northern province of Balkh, an official said on Wednesday.
The clashes took place in the disputed town of Jau which was occupied by Sudanese forces amid unconfirmed reports that South Sudan retook the area on Thursday evening.
But only 82,339 retook their tests to get their licence back, Auto Express magazine found.
The Bulldogs battled back to within 9-6, but the Panthers retook control with two consecutive kills by Ryba.