recover


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  • verb

Synonyms for recover

get better

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rally

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Synonyms for recover

to extricate from an undesirable state

Synonyms for recover

get or find back

regain a former condition after a financial loss

regain or make up for

reuse (materials from waste products)

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cover anew

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Since his operating system cannot load, he cannot access their external media (assuming they brought it with them) nor can he obtain Internet access to recover his data from the online service they subscribe to.
The Dunaways asked to recover the value of their time to research the tax issues involved in the dispute.
iolo technologies and ITRed will roll out Search and Recover in the UK with a single user licence price of GBP19.
If we find that you've made a double payment, we go to the vendor and recover it, keeping a certain percentage of the recovered money for our service.
The reasons for our failure to recover H influenzae and S pneumoniae are not clear cut.
Administrators will be able to recover data quickly from disk media where the archive is stored.
A new plant to recover nylon from post-consumer carpet also uses centrifugal technology In April, Polyamid 2000 AG in Premnitz, Germany, installed a system of 12 Censor centrifuges from Baker Process (formerly Bird Machine Co.
So while you may need three to five days between tempo runs and three to five days between long runs and five or more days to recover from VO2 max intervals, you won't need to have a full recovery between a long run and a tempo run.
ExcelRecovery recovers spreadsheets in Excel versions 2000, 97, 95, and 5.
Form Lease [paragraph]18, by its terms, permits the landlord to also recover, in addition to the deficiency between the old stipulated rent and any rent received from the new tenant, "such expenses as [landlord] may incur in connection with re-letting, such as.
But courts, as a matter of policy, have decided that prevailing plaintiffs are nearly always entitled to recover their attorneys' fees, while prevailing defendants cannot recover unless the lawsuits were frivolous, unreasonable, or groundless.
The letter also requests that the foundation recover the difference between the $300 million which the foundation was to receive at the time of Health Net's conversion from nonprofit to for-profit status and the lesser amount it actually received.
If people who recover from other illnesses can cope on their own, recovered mental patients should be able to do so, too.
Customer comments include: "I purchased and downloaded your File Rescue Plus program because I was pretty desperate to recover about 100 great photos I accidentally erased from my camera by mistakenly pushing the "erase" function.
Although this trend has affected the entire payments industry and is consistent with the Federal Reserve's position of encouraging the use of more efficient electronic payment alternatives, it has adversely affected the ability of the Reserve Banks to fully recover their costs.