recuperation


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recuperation

 [re-koo″per-a´shun]
recovery of health and strength.

re·cu·per·a·tion

(rē-kū'pĕr-ā'shŭn),
Recovery of or restoration to the normal state of health and function.
[L. recuperatio (see recuperate)]

re·cu·per·a·tion

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-ā'shŭn)
Recovery of or restoration to the normal state of health and function.
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For Holmer, Jessica is an affirming figure, an instrument of reconciliation, whose elopement, conversion, and assimilation in the Christian community are central to Shakespeare's Christian recuperation of Marlowe's Abigail and invest The Merchant, in Holmer's view, with "a philo-Semitic, or at least less Judeophobic, emphasis than usually imagined" (134).
Research by Kaplan and others in the early 1990s linked exposure to nature with fewer sick days and higher job satisfaction among adults, improved attention and scores on proofreading tasks, and faster recuperation among recovering cancer patients.
Aftermath[TM] is a relaxation formula that helps support the body's natural biochemical mechanisms of relaxation and recuperation by using water dispersal nutrients.
The insurance reimburses the policyholder up to specified limits for various expenses, including fees for medical and psychiatric services, reimbursement for lost wages, fees for security consultants and security guards, and the cost of recuperation, improving household security and temporarily relocating one's residence.
While on the road to recuperation, Overstreet is approached by the white cabbie--who saved his life during the shooting, by placing him in his car and racing him to the hospital--with a job to locate the father of a beautiful actress friend, Precious.
From Toronto, the Pope was taken to Strawberry Island in Lake Simcoe for what was billed as "rest and recuperation".
At that time, Commissioner Mary Gall will also have returned to the agency following her recuperation from surgery.
BIR also announced Gold Pen awards for Albert Patin and Jean-Claude Platier of France's Recyclage Recuperation magazine for their contributions to the promotion of recycling in trade journalism.
Helms, 80, is expected to be hospitalized for a week or more for recuperation. The surgery was performed at the Inova Fairfax Hospital in Virginia.
For example, in Kepco's 1,000- and 2,000-W bipolar power supplies, the solution is recuperation. With this technology, energy sinked from an active load is passed backwards through the switch and the input power-factor correcting circuit to the AC power lines where it becomes available for re-use.
AT the same time, there has been a dramatic rise in the number of banks making car loans, due in part to a recuperation of the banking sector.
All had returned to at least three months of regular training after full recuperation from their last injuries.