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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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The strict compliance and constant review mandated by the Recoverable System Loss Act will compel electric companies to improve their infrastructure in order to avoid further losses, thus making delivery of electricity across power lines more reliable and efficient.
The costs of copying responsive documents to production media are recoverable.
Intercompany amounts owed to an insurance company are treated as loans or advances and are nonadmitted if the recoverable is not settled within 90 days of the filing of a consolidated income tax return, or when a refund is due to the insurance company's parent within 90 days of the receipt of the refund from the tax authorities.
It was reported on June 3, 2010 that continued development of the offshore Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) complex of fields had increased recoverable oil reserves by 250m tons.
With 100-120 offshore blocks to be offered, officials in this former Soviet republic are optimistic that Kazakhstan's recoverable oil reserves including the onshore will exceed 100 bn barrels and gas reserves will be more than 5.
7430, the rate of an accountant's fees recoverable by taxpayers prevailing in a tax controversy is the same rate of fees that may be recovered for their attorney's services.
Until recently, many civil rights laws limited the amount of monetary damages recoverable.
On appeal, the main issue was whether purely economic losses are recoverable in a negligence action.
The Tomcat (Wilpinnie) Prospect is interpreted from seismic data to have the possible potential to contain recoverable oil in the range of approximately 3.
In 2005, Socar raised its assessment of the AIOC fields' recoverable reserves from 5.
611-2(c)(1) requires a denominator of recoverable units (barrels for oil or thousands of cubic feet (MCF) for gas) reasonably known or believed to have existed in place as of the date of acquisition for date of death for a decedent's estate and its beneficiaries).