reclaim from

reclaim (someone or something) from (someone or something else)

To regain or resume possession of someone or something from someone or something. I'm looking to reclaim my championship title from him in our rematch next week. The parents were able to reclaim their child from social services.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

reclaim someone or something from someone or something

to bring someone or something back from someone or something. The mother reclaimed Sally from her father, who had abducted her contrary to the divorce decree. Mary reclaimed the book from her brother's desk.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Additionally, it reviews the performance differences when using reclaim from a higher quality compound.
This way, the frequently mottled reclaim from used window profiles can be buried underneath a cosmetically appealing virgin layer in new windows, says U.S.
However, as tire companies continued to remove reclaim from their compounds and with continuing tightening of the screws by government, the remaining independents found it more and more difficult to remain profitable with demand for their product falling below the break even level.
With an executive decision having already been made to substantially remove all reclaim from top of the line tires, and with continuing low crude oil prices making petroleum derived virgin synthetic rubber, processing oils and carbon black price competitive for non-tire applications such as semi-pneumatic tires, the rapid shift of the market to radial tires delivered the death blow to the rubber reclaiming industry as it had existed.
However, the advent of radial tires requiring high green strength for processing reduced or eliminated reclaim from tires at once.