- Tom never did regain his memory after the accident.
- I hope your mother will regain her health soon.
- Moreover, it seemed the company tried to regain its viability by outgrowing its problems.
- It may, however, regain relevance in case of changes to the calculation method of the scheme,
- apply the measures provided for in Section 3 in order to regain such disease-free status,
- on unconscious animals, providing the animal does not regain consciousness before death;
- Without aid, it cannot regain a healthy financial structure allowing it to finance its operations on its own.
- Where the Member State concerned does not wish to regain disease-free status, Article 39 shall apply.
- Following the introduction of measures in 2000, the Community industry was able to regain lost market share.
- There is a need to regain competitiveness through measures enhancing productivity growth and adequate unit labour cost developments.
- This would also allow the Community industry to regain the market share it lost during the period considered and make economies of scale.
- Poland also informed the Commission of a planned composition agreement to be signed with creditors enabling the company to regain solvency.
- The price-depressive effect of the dumped imports would continue to foil all efforts by the Community industry, in particular, to regain a profitable level.
- It is likely that these exports to the Community will be made at dumped prices, in particular to regain lost market shares in the Community.
- The effects of the imposition of measures can be expected to afford the Community industry to regain lost sales and market shares and to improve its profitability.