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recall

US the process by which elected officials may be deprived of office by popular vote

recall

[′rē‚kȯl]
(communications)
A flashing signal to the attendant's switchboard; the operator may be recalled by the subscriber operating the switch hook of the subscriber's set.
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The recalls followed reports from customers who discovered glass in the recalled products, which were packaged in 24-ounce glass jars.
The agreement settles charges that the firm knowingly sold and distributed 16 different recalled products during a five year period from 2010 through 2015.
Policies and procedures should focus on early detection of products that might need to be recalled.
And, although the overall number of units recalled decreased 47 percent from 29.
About 210,294 cars have been recalled in the 12 months to June, which amounts to 11.
Products, such as those from Beko recalled because of fire risk represent just one small part of the product recall issue
While the company whose name appears on the recalled products faces the greatest reputational risk, these companies are now looking to share the recall burden.
Even when not responsible for the manufacture or distribution of the recalled product, retailers are responsible for all products on their store shelves.
Northwest Airlines has recalled at least 425 pilots and plans to recall an additional 150 in the first half of next year.
For instance, while some research has argued that events experienced in coordinate bilinguals' dominant language (L1) are better recalled and thus more accessible in that same language (Marian & Neisser, 2000) other research has reported that memories encoded in L1 are readily retrievable by coordinate bilinguals in L2 (Schrauf & Rubin, 2000).
Understanding what is being migrated and quickly recalled requires a thrashing report.
For these and other reasons, most recalled food is not recovered and therefore may be consumed.