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adj. referring to the amount of money to which a plaintiff (the party suing) is entitled in lawsuit. Thus, a judge might rule "$12,500 is recoverable for lost wages, and $5,500 is recoverable for property damage to plaintiff's vehicle." (See: damages, judgment)

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Although the yield of the reaction is greatly increased, this catalyst has several disadvantages such as the poor chemical and heat stability and the low recoverability. Therefore, the development of a clean, recoverable catalyst with high selectivity, and more importantly, environment-friendly, is an important challenge to the preparation of mono-O-isopropylidene derivatives by the selective hydrolysis of multi-O-isopropylidene derivatives.
Finally, when was the last time you tested the recoverability of your database(s) using the backups you've made?
The index system of survivability is built from these four aspects as follows: resistibility, recoverability, security, and connectivity, by which the integrated index of survivability is finally obtained.
"Recoverability is essential for a financial institution in terms of recovery, resumption and maintenance of the entire business, including outsourced cloud computing.
The Government confirmed it will go ahead with plans which include: * Abolishing recoverability of success fees and associated costs in 'no win no fee' conditional fee agreements.
It said that this led to "concerns over the recoverability of such collateral." Despite the downgrade, Moody's noted that Bank of Cyprus has a good liquidity position, with "ample" capital adequacy ratios and that current profitability should allow the bank to absorb higher levels of provisioning.
Accessibility, "searchability," and recoverability surely vanish when a pile of paper (let's abide by a loose definition like that) lies on top of other piles for decades.
Continuity Software(TM), a leading provider of disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) management solutions, has announced the general availability of RecoverGuard version 5.2 (v5.2), featuring an industry unique Private Cloud Advisor designed to enable customers to fully ensure availability, recoverability and adherence to industry best practices in the private cloud.
The company, with annual revenues in excess of $1 billion and ranked among the top operators in the Gulf of Mexico in terms of daily gross production, also wanted to optimise performance and flexibility and improve data availability and recoverability.
The disaster recovery solution offered by eHDF and Double-Take will allow for recoverability and data replication including solutions such as workload availability, workload backup, continuous data protection (CDP), disk-to-disk backup and Aaeworkload moveAAE for migration.
Management has to test the recoverability of their real estate holdings when changes in circumstances or certain events occur that may indicate that the carrying amount is not recoverable.
Consequently, the level of database recoverability differs among them.