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reclaim

verb appropriate, develop, get back, rebuild, recall, recover, redeem, reestablish, regain, regenerate, reinstate, reoccupy, replevin, replevy, repossess, retake, retrieve
Associated concepts: reclaim land
See also: claim, collect, cure, demand, fix, meliorate, purge, reconstruct, recoup, recover, redeem, reform, rehabilitate, renew, repair, repossess, rescue

RECLAIM. To demand again, to insist upon a right; as, when a defendant for a consideration received from the plaintiff, has covenanted to do an act, and fails to do it, the plaintiff may bring covenant for the breach, or assumpsit to reclaim the consideration. 1 Caines, 47.

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Each piece is made from reclaimed timber and a mix of recycled steel and iron for the industrial style legs.
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The Charlie range of reclaimed bedroom furniture includes a matching bed frame and three-drawer bedside cabinet made up of recycled and reclaimed wood panels.
For example, direct contact of reclaimed water with an edible crop that will not be peeled, skinned, cooked, or thermally processed before human consumption, is prohibited.
2 billion gallons of reclaimed water, which the city said was highly-purified wastewater that would ordinarily be discharged to the Colorado River.
The area of reclaimed land by the private sector amounted to 9,600 feddans--equivalent to 66% of the total land reclaimed.
Its gray-shingled homes are naturally weathered, and artists often carve reclaimed wood from its shores into art.
It would be difficult and expensive to get a large enough volume of reclaimed sand with uniform properties to a well site for potential use.
Dan is a member of NEWH Rocky Mountain Chapter and will be based out of Reclaimed DesignWorks' Denver showroom (inside the Denver Design District at 601 S.
The Head of Field Crops Research at the Directorate General of Agricultural and Livestock Research at the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries (MoAF) believes that the use of reclaimed water will help in farming of seasonal crops such as wheat, maize and cowpea in Batinah region.
Muscat: A study on maximising the use of reclaimed water or tertiary-treated wastewater for farming seasonal crops such as wheat, maize and cowpea in the Al Batinah region of the Sultanate shows that this practice will prevent the disposal of reclaimed water into the sea and minimise the stress on groundwater zones in the country.
In spite of the environmental attractiveness of reclaimed lumber, its widespread acceptance is hampered because it is not formally recognized in our grading or engineering design standards.