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Synonyms for 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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Mean number of recaptured insects was calculated for traps in the same distance throughout the recapturing period.
Commission recapture is a widely used program that enables plan sponsors and financial institutions to significantly reduce their execution costs by returning or recapturing back to the fund a large portion of the commissions generated.
Armed Taliban have so far said nothing about the recapturing of the district by the security forces.
A four step-system for long-term survival includes: establishing a risk-based early-warning system; radically refocusing performance reporting and analysis; replacing the annual planning process with a repeatable, short-cycle tactical-based process; and recapturing intuition as a factor in decision-making.
There are three drawbacks, however, with this method of estimating movement rates: 1) if animals are tagged and released into both protected and fished areas, movement rates will be overestimated if the prohibition on recapturing tagged fish later from within the protected area is not made explicit; 2) the times of recapture are random; and 3) an unknown proportion of tagged animals are recaptured but not reported back to researchers.
Viewers interested in recapturing this bit of camp history are out of luck--tragically, those kinescopes are not included in the documentary and may have been permanently erased by CBS years ago.
It owes its success to their unselfish cooperation, spending many hours at sea tagging and recapturing sharks and providing valuable data from logbooks, tournament records, and field observations.