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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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Katie Cosgrave, alumni LEAD with RECLAIM said: "a postcode should not dictate your future.
In the original 1999 agreement, 243ha of the reclaimed land would have gone to Penang Port while only five per cent or 12.9ha had been allocated to the state government.
This moisture must be mostly removed before the reclaim can be used in HCR compounds.
In this article, we will discuss the potential for reusing lumber in construction, some of the current barriers to wide-scale reuse, the state of engineering research to quantify its residual properties, and some suggestions on how to move forward to broaden acceptance of reclaimed lumber in the marketplace.
Efforts to improve the physical properties of blends of reclaim rubber with virgin rubber have attracted many rubber researchers' interest.
The maximum rheometric torque increases with increasing reclaim rubber content, because of the presence of crosslinked gel in the reclaim rubber.
Fiesta organizers hope to reclaim public spaces that in recent years have been occupied by violent gangs in the barrios.
I then layed down on a bed in a room of a house that I grew up in, and reclaimed my identity as a simple girl who dreamed all her life about writing stories for a living.
RECLAIM is a funding initiative that encourages courts to develop or purchase a range of community-based options to meet the needs of juvenile offenders.
Clare Milne, who lives in England, notified Stephen Slesinger Inc, the company that owns the North American merchandising rights, that she intended to reclaim all copyrights.