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  • noun Plural form of recovery.

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Examples

  • It was originally passed during the Civil War to combat war-profiteering (hence the “Lincoln Law”), but health care fraud recoveries have now far outstripped recoveries from the traditional target of the defense industry.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it” (continued)

  • Weakness in the financial system slowed recoveries from the previous two recessions as well.

    The Economy Is Growing -- But Jobs Aren't Following

  • Weakness in the financial system slowed recoveries from the previous two recessions as well.

    The Economy Is Growing -- But Jobs Aren't Following

  • Real disposable income (inflation-adjusted income after taxes) always tends to expand in recoveries because more persons are working.

    Think Progress » Labor Department reports weak job growth.

  • The probability that these NNRs will experience permanent global supply shortfalls by the year 2030 is high, assuming near term recoveries to pre-recession NNR extraction levels and growth rates, and the continued inability of recycled NNRs to more than offset ever-tightening newly extracted supplies.

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  • It would be more oriented as Mike said towards some of the outsourcing opportunities that are extremely capital intensive with very deferred and late longer term recoveries of the initial investment.

    Software Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • It would be more oriented as Mike said towards some of the outsourcing opportunities that are extremely capital intensive with very deferred and late longer term recoveries of the initial investment.

    Software Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • The probability that these NNRs will experience permanent global supply shortfalls by the year 2030 is very high, assuming near term recoveries to pre-recession NNR extraction levels and growth rates, and the continued inability of recycled NNRs to more than offset ever-tightening newly extracted supplies.

    Energy Bulletin -

  • The probability that these NNRs will experience permanent global supply shortfalls by the year 2030 is nearly certain, assuming near term recoveries to pre-recession NNR extraction levels and growth rates, and the continued inability of recycled NNRs to more than offset ever-tightening newly extracted supplies.

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  • "While we don't expect near-term recoveries in our markets, we believe we can manage through this environment from a position of strength," Johnson Controls Chief Executive Stephen Roell said in a statement.

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