There was no sign of Ferrier, and Hogue gave up the idea of retrieving her as well.
The hacker code that pulled and published millions was retrieving numbers at a rate of 1,500 each minute.
retrieving him at least reminds soldiers that we will never abandon them to their fates, right or wrong.
Many in the audience nodded in approval, and then Bergdahl talked about the work of retrieving his son.
She said in documents that he had kicked her out of the home then prevented her at gunpoint from retrieving her young child.
And, after a little, Clayton took the bag from him and used him only for retrieving balls.
You mustn't take away my last chance of retrieving the season.
At that time John, bent on retrieving his disasters on the Continent, embarked for Jersey, after summoning the barons to follow.
“They did not take much pains about retrieving their game,” said the doctor.
Then, retrieving their net, they once more fastened Raf into it and turned downstream, as intent as ever upon reaching the sea.
early 15c., retreve, originally in reference to dogs finding lost game, from Middle French retruev-, stem of Old French retreuver (Modern French retrouver) "find again, recover, meet again, recognize," from re- "again" (see re-) + trouver "to find," probably from Vulgar Latin *tropare "to compose" (see trove). Altered 16c. to retrive; modern form is from mid-17c.