- v. present participle of retrieve.
“His retrieving is turning out to be outstanding and his "bird dog" abilities seem to have no limit.”
“What can you do to aid your newbie in retrieving a crippled?”
“This talk about a foreclosure moratorium is just going to make the housing crisis worse because it disables the banks in retrieving properties and selling them," said Madison.”
“(Presumably this is why EV is interested in retrieving theemail.)”
“Kelly One-Leg, in retrieving the fruit basket, saw a Hidden Immunity Idol clue in it, but her arch-enemy, NaOnka the Big-Mouthed Bitch, saw it also.”
“He constructed measures of precision, retrieval and recall to compare the effectiveness of the three types of search tools in retrieving information for five types of information queries: factual, known site or document, selection of documents, news, and entertainment.”
“The problem for me was that my legal services office, Central Kentucky Legal Services, was also very committed to representing parents in retrieving their children from the state in cases of abuse and neglect.”
“However, I do not concentrate exclusively on discourse analysis in retrieving understandings of the past, for therein lies the danger of abandoning experience altogether, to the extent that discourse itself becomes the sole focus of historical study.”
“First, sorry for the lengthly delay in retrieving all your personal e-mails from when you were stationed at the Death Star.”
“Dell must think that the hard drives are immune to crashes ore serious problems since they claim all you need is on a seperate partion and the “helpful” tech will assist you in retrieving information on a broken/sick hard drive.”
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