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to get back

Synonyms for retrieve

get or find back

go for and bring back

run after, pick up, and bring to the master

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Or, for a retrieve of a shot bird, the dog might be standing or sitting by the handler waiting for the command to fetch.
Once it's tossed, you should then throw your dummy in the opposite direction a full 180 degrees away from the first retrieve.
If you just want to toss balls and discs for your dog in your backyard, your criteria--meaning how you want the retrieve to look--are a lot looser than the criteria you would set for an obedience retrieve, or flyball competitor.
The problem has reached a peak because there just aren't enough markets in the area doing enough to retrieve their shopping carts,'' Don Schultz said.
For example, if you type in "recycling of tires" you will retrieve over 44,700 records, because the system will actually find all records that mention one or more of these terms, namely recycling and tires.
In situations where doing so won't delay the match needlessly, retrieve the match balls on your side of the court and give them to the next server, or put them on the baseline of the next server.
01(1) of the draft procedure states that "[a]n imaging system for maintaining books and records for purposes of [sections] 6001 must create accurate and complete electronic images of hardcopy documents, and must index, store, preserve, retrieve, and reproduce imaged documents.
The DiscTag Enabled workflow uses a unique marker on each layer as a key to retrieve a "Gold Reference" HCRC value and XML metadata from a network location and enable automatic physical testing with HCRC logical verification.
He should race directly toward the dummy, and hopefully the extra distance will go unnoticed and he will make the retrieve immediately.
No retriever has ever had an unselfish instinct to retrieve anything to a human being.
Cheek further testified that video showed Wheeler leaving the store and going out to his van, which was parked in front of the store, to retrieve a rifle that he brought into the store and fired at Simons, hitting him in the upper body.
If your laptop gets lost, you log on to Solagent from any PC, report the unit missing and choose which files on your laptop to encrypt, retrieve or delete.
Moreover, email systems are not optimized to quickly retrieve specific information from the large volume of unstructured data they hold.
When called upon to retrieve business records five or 10 years from now -- records likely to exist only in electronic format -- information managers will have to attest to accuracy, completeness, and authenticity, possibly without much assistance from computer professionals.
Molecular biologists have been tripping over each other in recent years in the race to retrieve samples of DNA from dinosaur bones and other fossils.