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recover

(rĭ-kŭv′ĕr) [O.Fr. recoverer]
1. To regain health after illness; to regain a former state of health.
2. To regain a normal state, as to recover from fright.
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Design is something I love," he muses, "especially modernism, with its elegance and timeless form." Which brings us to mid-century modern, the aesthetic so prevalent in the re-cover project.
IATA said there is still a lot of ground to re-cover with airlines only valued at 50 percentof their 2007 high.
With ten minutes to go, fold through the beans and peas, re-cover and return to the oven until the rice is tender and the chicken is cooked through.
"I spoke to the tournament director about it; we are playing on the same cloth for eight days and they are going to re-cover them tonight I think," Higgins said.
He was fuming following his second round defeat, after tournament bosses decided not to re-cover the table prior to his match.
Likewise, these grids, light tan in color, are made using masking tape, though they initially appear to be comprised of masking tape: In contrast to a previous generation of Los Angeles painters, Fowler avoids slickness by using tape analytically--along with a perfunctory application of acrylic--to cover and re-cover his brightly colored ground, building what Smithson, in a different context, called "ruins in reverse."
David says it is often cheaper to purchase a new seat than rebuild and re-cover an old one.
"We don't want to re-cover the same material as last year," Peters says.
This essay explores a Black woman rhetorical critic's search to re-cover Black women's rhetorical traditions in America.
Carefully re-cover with the remaining soil so that there is no line of demarcation between crown and soil level.