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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The recapture came three days after his 37th birthday, it was gathered.
The recapture was the similar sample from our hospital-based surveillance system.
In a statement released by the Yemeni news agency, the source said that following the recapture of the mountain, the army advanced more than one kilometer deep into the valley.
He said since the 13th general election, the party machinery had been working hard to realise the desire to recapture the Sandakan seat including by going down to the ground frequently to meet the people.
A wide-scale campaign launched with the backing Iraqi army's allied forces in 2016 to recapture areas occupied by ISIL since 2014, when the militants declared a self-proclaimed "rule" in Iraq and neighboring Syria based in Iraq's Mosul.
Before model fittings, if a length-at-tagging or recapture was reported as total length (TL), it was converted to FL by using a TL-to-FL linear model conversion.
That means that about 35 percent of the local school taxes collected in that district are spent elsewhere - the biggest "recapture" rate in the state.
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.
The recapture percentage at each evaluated distance in the pheromone attraction range experiments was calculated using the following formula: recapture percentage = [(number of recaptured weevils) (100)] / number of marked released weevils.
A recapture of the provision for loan losses continued to contribute significantly to net 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.