возврат ; выздоровление; реконвалесценция ; исцеление; оздоровление; возмещение; восстановление; возвращение в исходное положение; извлечение; добывание; добыча ; регенерация ; утилизация ; упругая деформация; вывод самолета из штопора
- Remember that recovery is a slow but continuing process, and that there is no doubt that the patient will improve, provided he does not have any major setbacks.
- He believed house prices - the key to recovery in the market - would firm by the end of the year.
- The Prime Minister, for example, writing in Action for Cities in 1988 argued that "the Government has created a climate which supports enterprise and has set about removing obstacles in the way of inner city recovery (HMSO, 1988a, p. 2).
- A government with the people and the policies to get Britain working again and to achieve sustained recovery - strength with staying power .
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- As despair grew and self respect diminished we would take them at their unspoken word and go and buy a bottle of anaesthetic and uncork the genie who would play merry hell with the last vestige of hope of recovery.
- Such stimulus could wipe out any recovery, he argued, by reviving longer term rates.
- The Midlands' shop stewards knew it was only a question of time before the strike affected supplies to their own plants and those in the South, jeopardising the recovery plan which had been producing such vast improvements in performance.
- Following studies by Eastern Region's engineers, a new tracklaying strategy was introduced in 1987 whereby - with the use of a new machine called the Dynamic Track Stabiliser - tracks could be handed back by 06.00 on Monday morning at the full 125mph line speed, eliminating the need for a temporary speed restriction and associated recovery time allowance.
- By having an attack of the infectious disease the body is stimulated to produce appropriate antibodies not only to assist recovery but also to provide a sufficient quantity to remain in the blood for a longer period, sometimes throughout life, for example after an attack of rubella
- If height permits, I then like to make a series of stalls using large amounts of rudder and handing over control for a quick recovery, moving the stick forward and using normal stick and rudder together to bring the wings level.
- But TV star Leslie has amazed experts with his speedy recovery in the two months since the accident.
- But there is some question of a pathogenic secret, of the recovery of material hitherto repressed which influenced his perception of his mother: and his understanding of the past would certainly appear to have been enlarged by his researches.