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Informal (in tennis) a successful return of a shot that was difficult to reach

get

[get]
(computer science)
An instruction in a computer program to read data from a file.
(industrial engineering)
A combination of two or more of the elemental motions of search, select, grasp, transport empty, and transport loaded; applied to time-motion studies.

get

(1) In programming, a request for the next record in an input file. Contrast with put.

(2) An FTP command used to download a file from a server or to display the contents of a text file. See ftp commands.

(3) (GET) An HTTP command used to retrieve data from a Web server. See HTTP GET.
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Though the individuals behind the conspiracy have never been found, in Getting Away with Murder Heraldo Munoz sets out to unravel the mystery of Bhutto's death.
Does the Deputy Prime Minister agree with me that it's wrong and unfair that those leeches in the insurance industry, who are bankrolling the Tory party, are getting away with millions and millions, when working class people are getting away with nothing?
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the state of law coalition, Jabbar al-Kinani confirmed that the Presidency of the Council of Representatives is getting away from laws that serve the citizen and moving toward the laws that have partisan gains and create crises.
Summary: Prime Minister David Cameron has joked that getting away from home for the G20 summit would allow him to catch up on his sleep.
There's no getting away from the fact that action is needed if our local airport is to have a future.
I said after France that I wasn't gonna watch it but there's no getting away from it.
Detective Sergeant Keith Skarz is in charge of the search for two men who threatened staff in Lloyds TSB on Westgate before getting away with thousands of pounds.
Continually getting away with criticising match officials
A bus driver was among those who used their vehicles to try to block the road to stop the thieves getting away in a waiting black Volkswagen Golf.
Many critics hailed it as the best film of the year, getting away with the designation since Melville's movie never played in the United States back in the day.
A BURGLAR caused more than pounds 2,500 damage at a pub before getting away with just pounds 13.
This gets into the issue of getting away from the pedigree of the school attended," Odom said.