The commission directed Dr Murtaza to re-collect
the samples for an updated examination from different locations along Sea View and to submit the report at the next hearing.
"In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to re-collect
what a researcher needs each time from the wild, once we know where it is, than to maintain the total diversity of wild relatives in a gene bank," Sperling says.
If the tube is not labeled or is mislabeled, the specimen is rejected immediately and the nurse is then contacted to re-collect
The Ministry of the Environment submitted a request to the Red Sea governorate to re-collect
the entry fees of the nature reserve of Valley of the Camels from foreign and local tourists.
A specially designed air manifold (made of PVC plastic) is used to distribute the inlet air equally among the five tubes and re-collect
it to leave the collector in a unified stream (figures 1 and 2).
The Indian government, the reports added, has also asked the agencies to re-collect
information of 1990 killing of four Indian Air Force officers to 'ensure justice to victims and exemplary punishment to culprits.'
Therefore, if considering the energy into the motor inertia that we can re-collect
later, we have the overall efficiency and powertrain efficiency increase by 3.9% and 4.0%.
Overlapping discovery demands can result in large expenditures of time and money to re-collect
and re-review evidence that has already been captured in prior efforts.
Conversely, if the scope is too narrow, important data points could be missed, resulting in an ineffective map and the need to re-collect
The organization understands who needs access to what data and can provide access without having to re-collect
or duplicate data
Ironically, when the same monthly salaries or pensions are drawn from the banks for daily usages, the government re-collect
tax from the same salaried and retired people by imposing withholding taxes and excise duties on each bank cheque again on the already tax paid money, which is certainly another victimization of the poor in all respect;