Recovery

In a business cycle, the period after a downturn or recession
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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)

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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

Recovery or Recover can refer to: ==Health== ==Ownership== ==Science== ==Technology== ==Publications== ==Television== ==Music== ==Shipping== ...
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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

(also 'recovery shot, trouble shot') a shot that is played to extricate oneself from trouble after a
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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

(ITIL Service Design) (ITIL Service Operation) Returning a configuration item or an IT service to a working state. Recovery of an IT service often includes recovering data to a known consistent state. After recovery, further steps may be needed before the IT service can be made available to the users (restoration).
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Recovery

(n) Recovery is the monetary compensation received by a person against his legitimate dues either by a legal procedure or by other methods of effectuating the demand. Example recovery of the amount due by selling the pledged property
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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

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

(of a spacecraft) • The location and retrieval of the astronauts, scientific samples, data, and spacecraft at the termination of the mission. • The time and date when a spacecraft lands and human, animal, and plant organisms are reintroduced to Earth gravity; somet...
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Recovery

[Justin Bieber song] ==Charts== ...
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Recovery

[metallurgy] Recovery is a process by which deformed grains can reduce their stored energy by the removal or rearrangement of defects in their crystal structure. These defects, primarily dislocations, are introduced by plastic deformation of the material and act to increase the yield strength of a material. Since recovery reduces the disloc...
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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

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

A recovery, in its most extensive sense, is the restoration of a former right, by the solemn judgment of a Court of justice. A recovery is either true or actual, or it is feigned or common. A true recovery, usually known by the name of recovery simply, is the procuring a former right by the judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction; as, for e.....
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Recovery

A return to en garde stance from any other position, generally by pulling backwards into en garde. Recovery from a lunge occurs by reversing the motions in a lunge, and recovering the extended arm last of all. A forward recovery involves moving the rear foot forward to return to en garde. For a center recovery, both feet move towards the center sim...
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Recovery

Action that is necessary to reduce or resolve the threats that caused a species to be listed as threatened or endangered.
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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

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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