recapture


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a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount

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the act of taking something back

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experience anew

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take up anew

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take back by force, as after a battle

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capture again

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S MN/S WI, S Appalachia, and S Coast had within-region recapture rates of 81-97%.
Chi-square tests were used to evaluate differences in the number of quadrants moved between recaptures by adults for the three intervals of recapture and for adults versus juveniles for the intervals >30 days but within a year and successive years (we did not recapture any juveniles within 30 days).
corporation thus must consider the applicability of several recapture rules at the time of the incorporation, including the overall foreign loss (OFL) recapture rules of Sec.
Dozens of airstrikes pounded the Islamist stronghold town in the last few hours ahead of the recapture.
Scallop tagging and recapture experiments were conducted in winter (September 2008), when most scallops were in the postspawning phase, and in summer (February 2009), when scallops were in prespawning phase (Joll & Caputi 1995).
Pesticides were not applied 1 week prior to the release or during the recapture period.
Throughout the 1960s and 1990s, biologists with the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) conducted tag and recapture studies of barred sand bass in southern California and Baja California, Mexico.
Summary: Biologists are working around the clock to recapture at least 280 crocodiles that escaped from a Mexican refuge near the Gulf of Mexico.
About 40 hours before the recapture of the Burg-e-Matal district by the Afghan force, the Taliban had gained controlled over the district following intense clashes.
decided to launch auto loan recapture programs through CUNA Mutual.
We tested whether striped bass (Morone saxatilis Walbaum), found in Massachusetts in summer, were migratory, how long they stayed in non-natal estuaries, whether observed spatial patterns differed from random model predictions, whether fish returned to the same area across multiple years, and whether fishing effort could explain recapture patterns.
30, 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 increases the maximum credit to $8,000 and eliminates the recapture requirement unless the taxpayer sells the home or stops using it as a principal residence within three years of the date of purchase.
When there is, the amount of the recapture is included in the payor's income and is an above-the-line deduction to the payee in the same amount.
Recapture intuition as a factor in decision-making, fostering dialogue, debate and discovery to develop meaningful scenarios, create practical action plans and identify the first signs of flawed decision-making.
In the traditional procedure called mark-recapture, researchers mark and release many individuals and later try to recapture them.