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re·cu·per·ate

(rē-kū'pĕr-āt),
To undergo recuperation.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]

recuperate

(rĭ-ko͞o′pə-rāt′, -kyo͞o′-)
v. recuper·ated, recuper·ating, recuper·ates
v.intr.
To return to health or strength; recover.
v.tr.
To recover (a financial loss).

re·cu′per·a′tion n.
re·cu′per·a′tive (-pə-rā′tĭv, -pər-ə-tĭv), re·cu′per·a·to′ry (-pər-ə-tôr′ē) adj.

re·cu·per·ate

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-āt)
To undergo recuperation.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]

re·cu·per·ate

(rĕ-kū'pĕr-āt)
To undergo recovery of or restoration to normal state of health and function.
[L. recupero (or recip-), pp. -atus, to take again, recover]
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When designing any recuperative air burner system, one should carefully consider several key questions.
There are more than 170,000 people flocking annually to these recuperative stations and thalassotherapy centers including 135,000 foreigners, namely 80 percent of the total visitors, while the total number of those who go to recuperative mineral baths in Tunisia are estimated at 3 millions including Tunisians and foreigners.
He said: "There is an acceptance that in any organisation, on occasion, there will be times when people have to be placed on restricted or recuperative duties.
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In the recuperative converter (Figure 4b) a low value of [[lambda].sub.s] is very positive, since the developed axial S-shaped temperature profiles, with the hot outlet, increase the recuperation efficiency and consequently conversion.
The calculated examples show, that after hauling the empty carriage back up the slope, the mechanical flywheel still stores a great number of revolutions which the mechanical recuperative cable device can utilize for further operations.
They show that 331 policemen and women, some 4.4 per cent of the total number of Welsh officers, are on restrictive or recuperative duties across the country, costing pounds 9.93m a year.
The Recuperative Gas Fired Bale Out MK V "R" furnaces, which can be used to obtain an air preheat temperature of up to 482F (250C), use a combination of reduced waste gas loss and better heat transfer through higher velocity and temperature of burner gasses.
And the bill for officers who are on 'restrictive or recuperative duties' is about pounds 40 million a year in the region.
The "sick list" shows 496 officers from Merseyside are on "restrictive or recuperative duties", meaning they are recovering from long-term sickness or injury and being eased back into day-to-day duties.