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retake

[rē′tāk]
the repeat of a radiograph because of inadequate technical quality, patient motion, mispositioning of the body part, or equipment malfunction.
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All eligible students will have the option of retaking the ACT on the national test date of Saturday, Oct.
NNA - Military operations aimed at retaking the Iraqi city of Tikrit from ISIS have caused around 28,000 people to flee their homes, the United Nations said Thursday.
Retaking the refinery marks a significant achievement against ISIL, just a day after pro-government forces retook the nearby town of Beiji .
The retaking of the two towns in Nineveh province is the first victory by the Kurdish forces, known as peshmerga, who until now have been in retreat.
On an ad hoc basis, some managers will include retaking the class as part of someone's annual performance expectations and retaking it is part of the certification process for anyone who wants to become certified to teach the class.
UP to half of young drivers who get banned don't bother retaking their tests meaning 72,150 could be driving illegally, figures show.
A coalition of some 100,000 forces started the operation 10 days ago, gaining ground towards the city and retaking villages from IS along the way.
General Taleb Shaqati told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "Iraqi army forces in of the army division 16 and the anti-terrorist regiment are shelling inside the district after cordoning off by troops in preparation for retaking it and defeat Daesh inside.
The Iraqi army and popular forces are also retaking full control over the Northern and Southern parts of the Ramadi city," the spokesman underlined.
strategy to assist in the fight against ISIS in Syria will include a new special operations force in Irbil in northern Iraq, "intensified" cooperation with Iraqis in retaking Ramadi and expanded security assistance to Jordan and Lebanon, a senior U.
Security forces began an attack Tuesday morning to retake the city of Tikrit and succeeded in retaking some government facilities in the south, according to AFP.