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retake

1. Films a rephotographed shot or scene
2. a retaped recording
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"Adrian was miles off his line, should've been retaken. UEFApool at it again" tweeted one Chelsea fan while another added: "Adrian's legs were off the line though.
The following day, the Syrian Army began combing through the retaken areas, discovering several destroyed vehicles and many dead militants from Hay'at Tahrir Al-Sham and Jaysh Al-Izza.
The law currently states that "if the goalkeeper commits an offence and, as a result, the kick is retaken, the goalkeeper must be cautioned."
THE penalty that knocked Scotland out of the Women's World Cup on Wednesday would not have been retaken if a Premier League video assistant referee was in charge of the game, England's top flight has confirmed.
"So far, we have retaken control of one of the fallen districts and will retake other parts of the country in the near future," he added.
IRAQI forces backed by the US-led coalition have retaken the last town in the country held by the Islamic State group, more than three years after the militants stormed nearly a third of Iraqi territory, officials said.
* Resit the exam: IGCSE exams can be retaken, although rules vary according to subject and exam boards.
They have retaken large sectors of the city but the IS warriors have remained entrenched in some pockets in its old sector.
dpa Kabul Afghan security forces have retaken one of three districts recently overrun by the Taliban, the Afghan Defence Ministry said in a statement Thursday.
(1) However, this reduction can be nullified if radiographs are retaken, resulting in unnecessary radiation exposure for the client and additional use of clinical time and resources.
The announcement came shortly after Russian Defense Ministry (http://news.trust.org/item/20161212101046-f34q7/?source=hpbreaking) said  the Syrian government had retaken 95 percent of Aleppo.
Soldiers have also retaken the old municipal hall of Butig, where the Philippine flag was replaced by the Islamic State flag by the rebels.