recapture


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recapture

1. the act of recapturing or fact of being recaptured
2. US the seizure by the government of a proportion of the profits of a public-service undertaking
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That shifts even more of the load to local school districts - and it increases the amount of money taxpayers in AISD and other recapture districts have to raise for use in other school districts around Texas.
President Bashar al-Assad, who is backed by Russia, Iran and the powerful Lebanese Shi'ite group Hezbollah, wants to recapture the whole of Aleppo, Syria's biggest city before the five-year-old conflict.
952(c)(2) requires establishment of a recapture account whereby Subpart F income is recaptured in subsequent years during which the CFC has current-year E&P exceeding Subpart F income.
Iraqi military forces, backed by police forces, tribal fighters, and the air force, were able to raid Tikrit from several directions and recapture big parts of the city in the Salahuddine Governorate, a military source told KUNA.
22 October 2014 - US flare gas capture services provider Recapture Solutions LLC said today it had purchased domestic well-site power generators leasing company Flex Leasing Power & Service (FLPS) without disclosing transaction terms.
Recapture of marked geckos allowed us to obtain data on patterns of movement of geckos on the building over time intervals ranging from <1 month to successive years.
The recapture of the most populated town in the Northern region has come after the French forces pressed ahead with their onslaught against the rebels for more than two weeks.
2006), we adopted a tag--recapture approach to estimate survival and recapture rates of discarded scallops.
This additional recapture tax is an add-on to income tax liability that the employee would otherwise pay for 2012, and is not reduced by credits or deductions.
Black light (BLB Sylvania[R]) traps were used for adult recapture (Hunt et al.
Throughout the 1960s and 1990s, biologists with the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) conducted tag and recapture studies of barred sand bass in southern California and Baja California, Mexico.