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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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During the first release in the 2006/2007 wet season, the number of recaptured insects declined to 1-4 insects/trap from 141.4 m and beyond (Fig.
To illustrate, assume that an individual taxpayer in the 35% tax bracket could sell a section 1231 asset at a gain of $80,000, of which $5,000 would be recaptured as ordinary income under section 1245, with the remaining gain eligible for long-term capital gain treatment.
ABSTRACT Knobbed whelk, Busycon carica (Gmelin, 1791), age and growth were estimated using tagged and recaptured individuals (n = 396) from areas off South Carolina coastal islands.
A PRISONER who escaped from a city centre court through already sawn-through bars was recaptured yesterday.
Let K = the last day of recaptures in the population, [t.sub.j] = the last day on which a particular individual j is recaptured, and [P.sub.k] = the probability of recapture on day k (given alive) for all individuals, for k = 2, .
Length frequency histograms, comparing percentages of releases to recaptures (5 cm grouping) show that a larger percentage of fish were released than were recaptured in smaller size groupings (<65 cm FL) (Fig.
The Eastern side of the city was recaptured in January.
DAVAO CITY -- Two female inmates who escaped from the Davao City Rehabilitation Center's female dormitory have been recaptured and returned to jail, the authorities said Wednesday.
The tax attributable to the recaptured amount is paid in four installments.
Several studies have shown that most released bass survive, many are recaptured, and that C&R leaves more quality-size bass to support future angling.
Data for fish recaptured from the time of tagging to June 2009 were used in our analysis (up to 19 years at liberty).
If, in a subsequent tax year, the business use of the property drops to 50% or less, some of the deduction must be recaptured. The recapture amount is the difference between the section 179 amount deducted and the amount of deprecation that would have been allowed under the Alternative Depreciation System (ADS) for the years when the business use exceeded 50%.