In addition, banks that are found to have received loans from the Fed could be stigmatized, jeopardizing their recovery.
She once even had them delivered to her while she was in the hospital during a recovery program.
Though the economy had begun growing again, the recovery was not yet a fact of life for most Americans.
In 2008, the economy was already eight months into a deep recession; in 2011, the recovery was sputtering along in very low gear.
It will be days before the rescue mission shifts to recovery.
This was at the early stages of her recovery, when one could only speak of gentle things.
Photos are taken when they first come in, and then in the various stages of recovery.
This was a great joy to him, and tended to promote the recovery of his health.
"The more complete the fright, the sooner the recovery," retorted the chief.
He was breveted brigadier general for his conduct that day, and given command of a brigade after his recovery.
mid-14c., "return to health," from Anglo-French recoverie (c.1300), Old French recovree "remedy, cure, recovery," from past participle stem of recovrer (see recover). Meaning "a gaining possession by legal action" is from early 15c. That of "act of righting oneself after a blunder, mishap, etc." is from 1520s.