recovery party

recovery party

[ri′kəv·ə·rē ‚pärd·ē]
(ordnance)
A form of contact party whose purpose is the recovery of disabled ordnance materiel from predesignated collecting points, and the transportation of this materiel to the ordnance shops for repairs.
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Parents will have a chance to meet celebrity keynote speakers at a signing hosted by Doctors Data and Saturday night's Hope for Recovery Party will be hosted by surprise guests.
Registration is also on sale through Memorial Day weekend for all guests and includes all lectures, Friday night's welcome networking pub crawl and Saturday's Hope for Recovery Party.
Earlier this month, they threw Heather a recovery party.
When members of the recovery party finally reached the frozen bodies eight months later, they found the rock samples the struggling men had refused, perhaps foolishly, to cast aside.
If we can't get any job momentum going in this pivotal autumn period, then a real recovery party will remain on ice indefinitely.
It was a bittersweet fete for the hundreds of people who turned out for the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association earthquake recovery party - a reminder that they had endured a frightening ordeal but emerged united.
That desire has been transformed into an unusual type of civic celebration - the quake recovery party.