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 manœuvre, 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

Re·cov'er·y noun 1. Act of regaining the natural position after curtseying. 2. (Fencing, Sparring, etc.) Act of regaining the position of guard after making an attack.
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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

noun return to an original state; `the recovery of the forest after the fire was surprisingly rapid`
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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

[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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