reobtain

reobtain

(ˌriːəbˈteɪn)
vb (tr)
to obtain again
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Under the terms of the amended license agreement, Kyowa Kirin will reobtain the non-oncology rights of tivozanib in Aveo territories excluding the rights which are currently sublicensed to EUSA Pharma.
Consent should be obtained if preoperative intimate examinations for training purposes are envisaged, and students should reobtain consent.
* A Qatari national reported that she bought two apartments in the Emirati city of Dubai and was paying a large portion of her properties' installments when the crisis started and the companies demanded her to forfeit the amounts she paid so that they can reobtain the apartments and resell them.
We emphasize the importance of using conservation equations properly, as was done in Section 2; We formally reobtain the generalized TOV equation of the hydrostatic equilibrium (equation 23) and a relativistic version of the Euler equation for the self-gravitating sphere (equation 25).
A good prospective for the application of our results would be the association with twist techniques to reobtain ordinary supergravity theory in the Weyl representation.
In the third stage, patients try to reobtain their healthy state through intensive rehabilitation training.
Also, for 0 < [alpha] [less than or equal to] 1 we reobtain the concepts defined in Definition 4.
The use of a phase-amplitude description for fields has allowed us to reobtain some laws of evolution, in which phases decouple from amplitudes and unavoidable convolution products, inherent to the application of integral transforms, vanish.
The naive expectation would be to reobtain in the limit the free energy of the plasma model.
Then STA reobtain the SINR per space stream per subcarrier and can calculate the average value; namely, STA sums the SINR per stream per subcarrier and then subtracts the stream number to obtain the total average SINR, which can be compared with the former feedback average SINR to obtain the SINR correction.
We want now to provide a result about the overall velocity G := [1/[S.sub.V](t, x)][[partial derivative]/[partial derivative]t][V.sub.V](t, x) of the process; we expect to reobtain G = G > 0 in the particular case in which G is deterministic, according with Eq.