- v get or find back; recover the use of
She regained control of herself
- v come upon after searching; find the location of something that was missed or lost
- The index did not regain its 1929 peak until 1954.
- However, with the market inefficiencies that we expose here, oil suppliers can regain the upper hand by artificially inflating demand using a different market.
- How quickly the consumers can regain confidence.
News & Articles
- Memory Loss and Gain
Would it not be nice to take a pill and regain that elusive memory? We are all forgetful at times and without a clue as to how to get it better. Memory improved in mice injected with a small, drug-like molecule discovered by UCSF San Francisco researchers studying how cells respond to biological stress. The same biochemical pathway the molecule acts on might one day be targeted in humans to ...
June 17, 2013 - Environmental News Network
- Bomb in Syrian capital kills 10 soldiers
BEIRUT (AP) — A car bomb targeting a checkpoint near a military airport in an upscale neighborhood of the Syrian capital killed 10 soldiers, activists said Monday as President Bashar Assad's troops pressed ahead with an offensive to regain territory they lost to rebels trying to topple his regime.
June 17, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Bond Report: Treasurys hold steady in quiet pre-Fed session
Treasury prices are mixed Monday in a quiet session that saw government debt regain some stability ahead of a crucial meeting of the Federal Reserve.
June 17, 2013 - Market Watch
- Eliot Spitzer in ABC News
I have disappointed and failed to live up to the standard I expected of myself. I must now dedicate some time to regain the trust of my family,Spitzer told a packed room of reporters.
- Greg Norman in The Guardian
I'm disappointed that I will not be able to participate in this year's Open Championship, but unfortunately, it is taking me longer than expected to regain my competitive form,Norman said on the Open website. "I was especially looking...