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on the road to recovery

Cliché recovering; getting better; improving. It's been two weeks since her surgery, and she is on the road to recovery.
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in recovery

In the process of participating in a group or program providing treatment and support for a longstanding psychological or behavioral problem, such as abuse, addiction, grief, or trauma.
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Consequently, the Court held that recoveries under Title VII were excludible from income under Sec.
Performing data recoveries since its foundation in 1987, Ontrack Data Recovery has achieved over 2,000 successful recoveries to date.
Supporting Mac recoveries since its foundation in 1987, Ontrack Data Recovery has performed thousands of successful Mac recoveries to date.
New Multiplatform Deployment Options: All components can now be installed on one system, giving administrators greater flexibility to perform recoveries and other tasks from any workstation running Windows, Linux or Unix.
The explicit publication of a Recovery rating for low speculative-grade securities recognizes that recoveries become more critical when default becomes imminent and recoveries can be estimated with higher accuracy.
The explicit publication of a recovery rating for low speculative-grade securities recognizes that recoveries are more critical when default is imminent and recoveries can be estimated with higher accuracy.
Ontrack has performed digital photo recoveries for everyone from new parents that lost precious photos of their child's first moments to Polish explorer Krystof Wielicki's shots from an expedition in the Himalayas.
Additional improvements in usability, performance and speed, result in recoveries that are more than 60 percent faster than previous versions and a more satisfying user experience.
Credit grantors typically see a five to 20 percent increase in recoveries over standard approaches.