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retrieve someone or something from some place

to recover and bring back someone or something from some place. The mother hurried to the school and retrieved her child from the classroom. I retrieved my cat from the well into which she had fallen.
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retrieve something from someone

to get something back from someone. I hope I can retrieve my book from the person who borrowed it. We were not able to retrieve the lawn mower from Fred before he moved away and took it with him.
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The firm should establish policies and procedures designed to maintain the confidentiality, safe custody, integrity, accessibility, and retrievability of engagement documentation.
The G2 is a modified retrievable filter that is currently FDA-approved as a permanent filter, but is undergoing a multicenter trial to assess the retrievability of the filter.
For enterprise customers, the regulatory mandated need to retain electronically stored information must be balanced with accessibility and instant retrievability," said Dave Hunt, CEO at C2C.
The International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES), which was described in the January 2001 issue of The Information Management Journal, seeks to re-examine basic assumptions related to the authenticity, retrievability, and accessibility of electronic records over long periods of time.
We are excited with the devices' ability to routinely self center in the vena cava and as result, we anticipate improved retrievability," Rosenthal stated.
On the issue of whether electronic records were qualitatively better than their printed counterparts in terms of retrievability and research value, the Appeals Court was sympathetic with the Archivist's judgment that what was critical was that record material be maintained in a formal recordkeeping system.
The goals of the study were to assess: (1) the deliverability of the prosthesis, (2) repositioning and retrievability, and (3) new valve function in elderly, high-risk patients with severe aortic stenosis and co-morbidities.
The Cordis carotid system is easy to prepare and use, has an excellent safety profile and good retrievability, which is important in order to protect the patient's brain from embolic material.
The research project investigates issues related to the authenticity, retrievability, and accessibility -- over the long term -- of records made, received, and stored in digital form.
Electronic records of archival value are getting older by the day, and they may be threatened with attacks on their integrity and retrievability.
Receiving an additional indication for retrievability further solidifies Cook's position as a world authority on IVC filtration and PE prevention," said Rob Lyles, global vice president and global leader of Cook Medical's Peripheral Intervention products division.
Once created, these capsules will be tested to assess cell viability, level and duration of GDNF secretion and diffusion into the brain, along with general safety issues such as inflammation and retrievability.
Engagability relates in part to the matter of information's accessibility or retrievability but is not limited to that; it also involves the interest of users.