• The electronics industry is hoping a new crop of products will help it recover from an eight percent decrease in sales last year.

    VOA: special.2010.01.26

  • It's how quickly, how promptly we can recover from these painful emotions-- in other words, how strong our psychological immune system is.


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  • That would be a bad design for our nervous system where we want to use cells over and over again, so they're able to recover from this change in potential.


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  • This week on our program, we tell about Nashville,Tennessee, and its efforts to recover from severe flooding.

    VOA: special.2010.05.17

  • Then things suddenly blow up on you, but you'll recover and you'll figure something out and then you'll move from there.


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  • This coral is not able to recover from the destruction as well as its staghorn relative.

    VOA: special.2010.08.10

  • Now, normally that's a good thing because if you're out in the world and you get infected with adenoviruses you recover from it, your immune system can get rid of it.


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  • The crisis came just as Europe is trying to recover from its worst recession in generations.

    VOA: special.2010.04.23

  • His plan included programs to help the country recover from the failing economy of the 1930s.

    VOA: special.2009.01.02

  • To help him recover from what he experienced as a child, Emmanuel Jal began singing.

    VOA: special.2009.10.14

  • But Ms.Neal says the United States space program always seems to recover from hardship.

    VOA: special.2011.02.09

  • Young people often take longer than adults to recover from a concussion.

    VOA: special.2009.10.28

  • But I also know that we've got a long way to go to fully restore our economy and recover from what's been the longest and deepest downturn since the Great Depression."

    VOA: special.2009.10.30

  • States are trying to recover from the recession.

    VOA: special.2010.07.22

  • Patients cannot fully recover from the disease.

    VOA: special.2009.09.15

  • Mr.Zuma urged politicians to be responsible in their speeches as the country tries to recover from decades of racial discrimination and violence.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.05

  • It also says that a truce will allow the rebels to recover from the devastating defeat they have suffered in the past year.

    VOA: standard.2009.03.17

  • Mr.Obama said even when the well is permanently capped, much more work lies ahead to help the Gulf region's economy recover from the disaster.

    VOA: standard.2010.07.16

  • Both companies have declared bankruptcy after failing to recover from a drastic drop in auto sales.

    VOA: standard.2009.06.04

  • They were intended to help him recover from financial troubles and rebuild his career.

    VOA: standard.2009.06.28

  • Anyone who has ever had to recover from surgery or a serious injury was probably grateful for the powerful narcotics doctors prescribed to help ease the pain.

    VOA: standard.2010.05.04

  • John Koldowski is spokesman for the Pacific Asia Travel Association says there had been hope the region's travel industry would begin to recover from the economic slump late this year.

    VOA: standard.2009.04.28

  • Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who has dedicated himself to helping both the Saints and city of New Orleans recover from 2005's Hurricane Katrina, was named the game's most valuable player.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.08

  • Strauss-Kahn says the global recovery will take years and that Asia is likely to recover from the economic crisis faster than the United States, which is expected to recover before Europe.

    VOA: standard.2009.11.13

  • She and Union Station decided to take a break from recording so that she could rest and recover.

    VOA: special.2011.04.29

  • Most financial firms that invested heavily in those debts suffered crushing losses from which they could not recover on their own.

    VOA: standard.2009.10.01

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