Common recovery

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Common recovery (Law) a species of common assurance or mode of conveying lands by matter of record, through the forms of an action at law, formerly in frequent use, but now abolished or obsolete, both in England and America.
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Usage

In literature:

Such is the construction in common recoveries.
"Thoughts on the Present Discontents and Speeches" by Edmund Burke
There seemed no sign of common bodily illness about him, nor of the recovery from any.
"Moby Dick; or The Whale" by Herman Melville
It had also been a mild amusement to settle Septimus Dix, after his recovery, in a little house facing the common.
"Septimus" by William J. Locke
Such is the construction in common recoveries.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
Suffice it to say that they are very common, and very difficult of recovery.
"The Story of the Mind" by James Mark Baldwin
As the old Commoner's mind began to clear, and his recovery was sure, Phil determined to press his suit for Margaret's hand to an issue.
"The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon
In the common cases of acute catarrhal jaundice recovery usually takes place in two or three weeks.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 3" by Various
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In news:

Fixing common efficiency problems will improve heat recovery.
One of the most common cosmetic procedures doctors perform has the reputation of having a very painful and difficult recovery.
Common Ground Recovery Ministry services are held every Wednesday night at 7:30 in Atonement Lutheran Church, Wyomissing.
Common-sense indicators will gauge recovery.
Now that the country is entering its fourth year of recovery in what has been the slowest and most modest recovery in memory, here are some common-sense items that should tell you when the economy has fully recovered.
Two drugs commonly used to treat alcoholism may be appropriate for people in different stages of recovery, a new analysis confirms - likely because they work differently in the brain.
Common-sense indicators will gauge recovery.
New York State 's common retirement fund posted positive gains in the second quarter amid a slow recovery.
Adding chemical oil-displacement agents to steam flooding treatment has recently become a common Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) method.
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In science:

Algorithms for routing on planar graphs can be applied to the resulting graph or, more commonly, these algorithms can be used for recovery when routing heuristics fail. A number of routing algorithms and protocols have been proposed based on this strategy [2, 4, 12].
On the Expected Maximum Degree of Gabriel and Yao Graphs
The calculated recovery probabilities are represented by graylevels, where a common color-bar was used for all plots.
Compressed Beamforming in Ultrasound Imaging
In this section we will discuss data recovery after node failures, which is a common occurrence in sensornet deployments.
Multiresolution Cube Estimators for Sensor Network Aggregate Queries
In addition to the restricted isometry property (RIP), another commonly used condition in the sparse recovery literature is the so-called mutual incoherence property (MIP).
On Recovery of Sparse Signals via $\ell_1$ Minimization
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