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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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Two studies, Rose and Barbour (1968) and Selcer (1986), have noted that the distance geckos move between recaptures was typically only a few meters, but neither study reported data separately for males and females or for adults and juveniles.
Nevertheless, there was no significant difference between male recaptures (F = 0.
Recaptures in subsequent years showed a high degree of spawning (80%, n = 135) and non-spawning (73%, n = 11) site fidelity.
Similar to Sarah in the first example, exactly how much of that $8,000 Sam recaptures depends on his gain upon sale: no gain on the sale produces no recapture.
280F recaptures as ordinary income the excess of accelerated deprecation over straight-line on personality that is listed property if business use falls to 50% or less in any year.
1) and the surrounding marsh surface also served as a source of recaptures incidental to a companion study of mummichogs (Teo and Able, 2003a, b).
Each list represents a capture, and the duplicates on the lists represent the recaptures.
The first step in determining the total recapture amount is to add $15,000 (IRC section 71 recaptures payments in excess of $15,000) to year three's $30,000, and then subtract year two's $80,000, yielding $35,000.
T/R data are presented in an atlas format to provide an overview of the 32-year database and show the extent of the tagging effort, areas of release and recapture, sources of recaptures, and movements of tagged sharks with respect to state boundaries, the 200-mile U.
Suppose there is a single release of all individuals on day k = 1, with subsequent multiple recaptures (e.
Innovative Hotel Chain Recaptures Millions of Dollars by Proactively Monitoring the Internet Using Patented Technology