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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)

See: corrigible
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So, DBAs, take a moment away from focusing solely on performance and spend some time on the integrity and recoverability of your databases.
The guidance it received at that time from the Lord Chancellors' Department (from officials, and at industry meetings) was that the right of recoverability was still being debated and that no undertaking had been given by the Government for or against recoverability.
Testing the recoverability of backups can help eliminate this problem; however, only two percent of all backups are tested annually, and on average these tests are performed once every two months, leaving businesses with up to 60 days of bad backups.
Using this configuration, if one cartridge is damaged or lost or even if a tape drive fails, the controller will automatically restore and rebuild lost data by drawing from the remaining tapes for data recoverability.
CYA SmartRecovery makes it easy for enterprises using FileNet P8 to remain compliant with legal regulations and eDiscovery mandates by maintaining the integrity, availability, and recoverability of content and metadata, saving them potentially millions of dollars in legal fees and other costs associated with non-compliance.
A bank or credit union, for instance, must comply with regulations regarding data management and recoverability in the event its network fails.
This forward-looking information is based on certain assumptions, including, among others, presently known physical data concerning size and character of reservoirs and economic recoverability.
Zetera Corporation and Double-Take[R] Software (NASDAQ: DBTK), a provider of solutions for recoverability, including continuous data replication, application availability and system state protection, announced today a strategic alliance to certify and jointly market remote replication solutions.
We've always strived to offer our customers software solutions that provide them the highest level of recoverability and we're not going to stop.
MOTISS integrates susceptibility, vulnerability and recoverability analysis into one program applicable at any stage of design or service life of the structure.
CYA([R])Technologies, a provider of recovery and replication software for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions announces CYA SmartRecovery[TM] for Open Text Livelink ECM - eDOCS[TM] DM to provide metadata recoverability to help customers address corporate, regulatory compliance and business continuity mandates.
Important factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those projected include, without limitation, the possibility that the acquisition may involve unexpected costs, the volatility in commodity prices for oil and gas, the presence or recoverability of estimated reserves, the ability to replace reserves, the availability and costs of drilling rigs and other oilfield services, drilling and operating risks, exploration and development risks, and other risks inherent in Whittier's business that are detailed in its Securities and Exchange Commission filings.