It's even possible that if data are retrieved, it will not definitively explain what happened in the final minutes of Flight 447.
As the family hunted for anything personal that could be retrieved, they were startled when the phone began to ring.
He could count too: he retrieved the papers in the mornings.
After the last magnet was retrieved, she assumed slave posture and waited for Couple to unclasp the clamps.
Their son François had just retrieved sea urchins from the floor of Mediterranean.
Yet here she was dreading to turn the slip over (she had retrieved it blank side up) and read her doom.
Sorko scrambling to his feet, shuffling to the table, where he retrieved his bowl.
She had lost heavily of late and it was time she retrieved her fortunes.
One rolled off the table and was retrieved by the maid from some distant corner.
But during the years since the war he had retrieved his fortunes.
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.