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re·tract

(rē-trakt'),
To shrink, draw back, or pull apart.
[L. re-traho, pp. -tractus, a drawing back]

retract

[ritrakt′]
Etymology: L, retractare, to draw back
to shrink, make shorter, or pull back.

retract

(ri-trakt′) [L. retractus, drawn back]
To draw back.
retractable (′ă-bĕl), adjective
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The Company wishes to retract any potentially misleading statements in the Midas Letter concerning the Lithium Properties indicating there is a resource that can be used for an economic analysis for the Lithium Properties.
The concept of a fuzzy retract was introduced by Rodabaugh in 1981 and The concept of a intuitionistic fuzzy topology (IFT) was introduced by Coker 1997.
Waiting so long to retract information provides the opportunity for publication, and the possibility that those who read information contained in the first release may not see the retraction.
These revolutionary devices use a patented friction ring mechanism that causes the contaminated needle to retract automatically from the patient into the barrel of the device, a feature that is designed to prevent reuse.
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However, weaker-than-expected economic data in June has made the bank retract its prediction.
Users can also employ shop air piped through the core to hold the part to the cavity while the core retracts.
Once connected and tightened into the car's LATCH restraints, the Posi-LATCH(TM) system automatically retracts and tightens with the movement of the car and weight of the child for a secure fit to the vehicle.
At the same time, the piston that injected the first material retracts, drawing displaced skin material back into the hot manifold.
When the mold-table halves close around the sides of the parison, they support it momentarily while the belt conveyor retracts to a stand-by position.
Maxxon has an exclusive worldwide license to develop, manufacture and market a patented safety syringe which retracts the needle after use, thereby helping prevent a needlestick injury with a contaminated needle.
Upon actuation of a low-level switch, the main feeder's plunger retracts and a shuttle cylinder moves the prefeeder over the main feeder as the plunger cylinder moves out of normal position.