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retrieve

[ri′trēv]
(computer science)
To find and select specific information.
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Retrieve

To get back again; regain, revive; to make good, put right, rectify.
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Retrieve

(language)
A query language inspired JPLDIS which led to Vulcan and then to dBASE II, developed by Tymshare Corp in the 1960s.
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retrieve

To call up data that has been stored in a computer system. When a user queries a database, the data are retrieved into the computer first and then transmitted to the screen.
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Five patients (aged 32-83) had retrievable IVC filter placement because of ongoing thrombosis despite full dose anticoagulation, major surgical procedures reguiring cessation of anticoagulation, or contraindications to anticoagulation, including massive gastrointestinal bleeding.
Pretermination venography and CT/ CT venography of the control device, the OptEase Retrievable Vena Cava Filter (the animal was terminated on day 183 after implantation), identified no IVC filter-related complications.
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* Economic criterion--immediate recognition each time when retrievable value is under the book value of the asset.
Filters can be permanent or retrievable, and permanent filters have been placed since the 1970s with few complications.
Rooney also said that the club still has not given up on the fourth place and are thinking that a tie against Olympiakos is 'retrievable', but they have to be realistic and beat Liverpool as the club is running out of games.
Expensive parts are retrievable by cutting the compound with a sharp knife or razor blade.
Omega Completion Technology has launched a new retrievable bridge plug for well maintenance operations following its Middle East campaign.
Providing uniform access to a broad variety of research outputs, including limitations in making the data available, searchable, and retrievable
DAMASCUS, (SANA)_ The Democratic Arab Solidarity Party called for ''directing the guns at the Zionist enemy, as what is taken by force is only retrievable by force.'' The party said in a statement on Saturday that the Arab-Israeli conflict is a pan-Arab one, indicating that all Arabs have to realize that Israel will not stop at the current borders.
He and his associates evaluated data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project (REP), which links the population of Olmsted County, Minn., to electronically retrievable medical records of virtually all residents.
"The idea was to try to secure the game and keep it where it was at knowing that is retrievable and gives us a fighting chance."