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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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Is there a relationship between the amount of time between recaptures and the distance moved by geckos?
No recaptures occurred in any pheromone traps placed around the study field.
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.
Tax advisers can help clients avoid, shift or postpone depreciation recapture on property used in a trade or business.
Once recaptures were identified, the length at release, release location and release date were determined from tagging records.
Back-loading is not addressed, so if the stream of payments go up there is no recapture issue.
Moreover, the additive effect of recaptures from sharks tagged by NMFS and other biologists have helped to confirm overall movement patterns of many species.
One can then examine whether the rate or probability of movement among subsites between successive recaptures of an individual depends on the individual's phenotypic trait values, using logistic regression or other appropriate generalized linear models.
Recaptures totaled 1,066 and occurred between one and 98 days after initial release.
To determine if migratory striped bass returned to the same area in subsequent years, the number of fish that were recaptured in the area in which they were released was quantified for recaptures that occurred >12 months after release.
291, which recaptures up to 20% of the gain in excess of Sec.
Recaptures were grouped into the geographical location of recovery, taking into account the present management strategy.
To test their catchability as well as growth, British researchers examined recaptures of tagged wels in a small catch-and-release lake in England *.