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retrieve

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

Retrieve

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

Retrieve

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

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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Putting it all together into a functional retrieve doesn't just happen, however.
Again, provided things go well, increase the distance of the memory retrieve (the helper's dummy).
In contrast, if you have a dog like my Bonnie, who is always looking for the accidental artifact that she can pick up and carry around in her mouth until you trade her for a treat, you can skip all the early shaping steps and leap right to putting all the pieces together for a formal retrieve.
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Now review your "back" drill with pup so you have a way to send him deeper on a retrieve if he hunts short.
When this goes well, he's ready for his first real retrieve.
The remaining 30% of the email data within an organization's archive repository contains critical business information that is difficult to search, retrieve, and leverage for competitive advantage or litigation protection.
To find, retrieve, manage, and archive electronic business records will require an increasing understanding of how database software works and stores information.
The next step is adding more decoys and tossing the retrieving dummy right into the middle or beyond them, requiring the dog to pass through your "decoy spread" to retrieve.
Technology is necessary to store, retrieve, and organize vast quantities of information and make it digestible by human beings.