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Reclaim

To use a product again after its initial use. Reclaiming commonly refers to materials such as tile, brick, and stone.
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During the meeting, El-Beltagy delivered a presentation on the efforts of the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation to determine, inventory, and produce maps for reclaimable lands, as well as attempting to ensure reclamation projects are distributed evenly across the country.
However, there may be a serious problem when considering reclaimable slack size.
Their individual identities, however, were not reclaimable by themselves as individuals; each woman had to either get her husband's signed permission or serve her husband as a defendant in what was otherwise a simple, administrative name-change proceeding.
A good water-pricing mechanism should be designed according to the principle of fairness, reclaimable cost, and the relationship between demand and supply.
With house prices falling by around 11% over the past four years, tax specialists at financial services provider NFU Mutual said that up to pounds 90m in tax could be reclaimable.
This extraction method removed all lipids, phospholipids and triacylglycerols in structural adipose tissue, as well as reclaimable storage triacylglycerols.
Back in 1997, Gordon Brown stopped the tax credits on dividends which were reclaimable within personal pensions and ISA's.
Serviceability represents the ability of the system to be repairable and reclaimable. It also helps to identify possible failures.
The Grede Foundries court also rejected the Debtor's argument that goods that are not reclaimable (such as electricity consumed by a customer) are not subject to Section 503(b)(9) priority status.
This represents a modest 2.75 per cent increase in prize-money, and a 277 per cent increase in training fees over the 20-year period - I'm currently paying pounds 343 per week basic, excluding VAT, which is reclaimable.