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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Vermeer: The customer demand is there, so I think we'll see more companies develop compact reclaimers.
For example, informal reclaimers salvage materials for a range of purposes that span the so-called need and accumulation economies.
Waste reclaimers are also set to play a major role in the coming years as forecasts show an expected annual increase in the quantity of plastics being produced.
Working two reclaimers on Idaho 75 near Clayton, Valentine recently rebuilt an asphalt pavement ranging up to 9 in.
Various types of natural rubber scrap have been available to the reclaimers through the years and substantial volume of both black and light colored natural reclaim have been produced.
The reclaimer's results must be consistent with those from ISI in subsequent testings.
delivered the Redwood City plant a 45-yd./hour capacity Bibko 4000 concrete reclaimer, fed by a six-truck, 6.5-yd.
"Environmental concerns are also a factor so we are seeing more reclaimers required in drilling specs," says Heinen.
reclaimers buying 628 million pounds, export markets purchasing 372 million pounds and 3 million pounds going to composite applications, according to the report.
Salyp still wants to sell its machinery to other reclaimers. It just sold its first license for ASR recycling technology to a leading Italian waste handler.
The chips are discharged from the silos using RecMaster[TM] CSRD-8 screw reclaimers equipped with load mea suremeut and control systems.