recovery

  1. return to an original state
  2. gradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury
  3. the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)

Recovery

Percent of raw water (or liquid) converted to permeate

Recovery

Natural or assisted restoration of a population to specified levels for minimum number of consecutive years to a designated area within its original range.
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recovery

[n] - return to an original state 2. [n] - the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)
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Recovery

Index of a material's ability to recover from deformation in the compressibility and Recovery Test (ASTM F-36), the deformation under load test (ASTM D-621) and the plastometer test (ASTM D-926). In the compressibility and Recovery Test, it usually is reported with compressibility and given as %. It is calculated by dividing the difference between ...
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Recovery

is the reprocessing or recycling of materials into new products or using the packaging as a fuel (waste to energy process
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Recovery

The amount of metal content extracted from ore, as a percentage of the actual metal content....more on Recovery
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Recovery

the return to the On guard position
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Recovery

the return to the On guard position
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Recovery

The process of returning to horizontal straight flight after a manÅ`uvre, voluntary or involuntary, such as a dive.
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Recovery

The lowering of the polarization of a cell during rest periods.
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recovery

: Involves the recovery of value from waste, through recycling, composting or incineration with energy recovery.
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Recovery

Re·cov'er·y noun 1. The act of recovering, regaining, or retaking possession. 2. Restoration from sickness, weakness, faintness, or the like; restoration from a condition of mistortune, of fright, etc. 3. (Law) The obtaining in a suit at law of a right to something by ...
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recovery

1. A getting back or regaining; recuperation. ... 2. Emergence from general anaesthesia. ... 3. In nuclear magnetic resonance, refers to relaxation. ... Origin: M.E., fr. O.Fr. Recoverer, fr. L. Recupero, to recover, get back, fr. Re-, again, + capio, to take ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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recovery

retrieval noun the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)
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Recovery

• (n.) Act of regaining the natural position after curtseying. • (n.) Act of regaining the position of guard after making an attack. • (n.) The getting, or gaining, of something not previously had. • (n.) Restoration from sickness, weakness, faintness, or the like; restoration from a condition of mistortune, of fright, etc. &bul...
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Recovery

(from the article `Berryman, John`) Berryman committed suicide by jumping from a bridge onto the ice of the Mississippi River. Recovery, an account of his struggle against alcoholism, ...
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recovery

(from the article `spaceflight`) Reentry refers to the return of a spacecraft into Earth`s atmosphere. The blanket of relatively dense gas surrounding Earth is useful as a braking, ...
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Recovery

The use of depreciation of assets to offset costs; or a new period of rising securities prices after a period of declining security values.
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Recovery

[ship] The Recovery was a ship that was wrecked near Port Stephens, New South Wales, Australia in 1816. The Recovery was a sloop of 14 tons, owned by Peter Hibbs. In early June 1816 it headed from the Hawkesbury to Port Jackson with a cargo of grain. A storm came up and the Recovery was blown out to sea. On turning the ship around it was wr...
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Recovery

Location and removal of deceased victims. Also, the time needed for a firefighter to spend in rehab before being considered ready to continue working the incident.
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Recovery

[TV drama] Recovery is a British television film, first broadcast on BBC One in 2007, starring David Tennant and Sarah Parish. ==Summary== It deals with the life of Alan Hamilton (played by David Tennant), the former head of a construction firm, after he receives serious personality-changing brain injuries in a road accident, and the emotio...
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Recovery

The proportion or percentage of coal or ore mined from the original seam or deposit.
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Recovery

The return to original dimension and properties of a flexible polyurethane foam sample after a deforming force is removed.
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recovery

to gain or regain possession of a fumble.
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