RECOVER


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AcronymDefinition
RECOVERRestoration, Coordination, and Verification
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He had a bad fainting fit, but with a long rest he may recover.
I saw them recover their weapons and turn back; and I continued my descent as fast as I could.
But then, you see, I had firmly realised this, that she would sooner recover from our separation than from our marriage; that her love for me, pretty and poignant and dramatic while it lasted, was a book- born, book-fed dream, which must die soon or late,--the sooner the better for the peace of the dreams that in the course of nature would soon spring up to take its place.
Just then he was only anxious to get away as quickly as possible from places where people were killing one another, to some peaceful refuge where he could recover himself, rest, and think over all the strange new facts he had learned; but on reaching Orel he immediately fell ill.
a floppy disk or CD) on an intermittent basis is no longer an adequate solution to recover from data loss, nor is strictly relying on occasional scheduled off-site, tape or server data storage methods.
The Dunaways then sued to recover their costs under IRC section 7430.
Last year, PRG-Schultz's continuing operations reviewed over 20 billion transactions to recover approximately $2 billion for its clients.
They tried repeatedly to recover A otitidis from middle ear effusions by standard microbiologic means but were unable to do so.
Additionally, the ability to instantly recover a file to a specific point-in-time will greatly help end users when data has been deleted, corrupted, or simply needs to be reverted back to an earlier date.
2 million and can recover 22 million lb/yr of PVC at a cost of about 13[cts.
Runners vary greatly in how long it takes to recover from and adapt to a workout.
AccessRecovery, the newest addition to the OfficeRecovery suite, makes it simple to recover damaged Access databases.