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  • noun Plural form of recoverer.

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Examples

  • But again, part of what was going on in New Orleans, the city really needed to be secured so that the recoverers could go in and try to get those people.

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2005

  • There should be a wing at Betty Ford for recoverers.

    partygirl Diary Entry

  • It must be remembered that Coleridge in these remarks was fighting the battle of the recoverers of our great seventeenth century writers against the devotees of "correctness," and that in the very same context he makes the unpardonable assertion that Gibbon's manner is "the worst of all," and that Tacitus "writes in falsetto as compared to Tully."

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

  • The Reformers viewed themselves, not as innovators, but as recoverers of the tradition (read this as doctrine and practice as in 2 Thess 2: 13-15) of the apostles and their successors.

    Reformed Baptist Fellowship

  • He found that by and large, the quick recoverers weren’t blocking out thoughts from the past—in fact, they derived the most comfort from positive memories of their marriage.

    The Truth About Grief

  • He found that by and large, the quick recoverers weren’t blocking out thoughts from the past—in fact, they derived the most comfort from positive memories of their marriage.

    The Truth About Grief

  • 12: 22 - Andrew Dismore, Labour, says cancer recoverers need more advice, citing Macmillan research published today.

    The Latest From www.politics.co.uk

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