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retake

1. Films a rephotographed shot or scene
2. a retaped recording
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Rawah, 175 miles north west of Baghdad, lies along the Euphrates River Valley near the border town of Qaim that Iraqi forces retook from IS earlier this month.
More than 3,000 people were forced from their homes this week in Shirqat, south of Mosul, as Iraqi forces retook territory near Mosul.
Mosul, 400 km north of Baghdad, has been designated by the government as the next target for Iraq's armed forces after they retook the western city of Ramadi.
Last week, forces led by Iraq's elite counter-terrorism service retook a southwestern neighborhood of Ramadi, of which ISIS had taken full control in mid-May.
allies began planning a massive operation to retake control of Mosul from ISIS, but the focus quickly shifted to Tikrit, which Iraqi forces retook in late March 2015.
Retaking the refinery marks a significant achievement against ISIL, just a day after pro-government forces retook the nearby town of Beiji .
I know several top professionals who retook exams a few times - now they're running big businesses.
MAIMANA (PAN): Two militants were killed and several others injured when Afghan security forces retook control of the Shakh bazr in the Qaisar district of northwestern Faryab province, official said Monday.
The army soon retook most of the three-storey building, except for the top floor where the militants were holding the soldiers captive.