what is the hebrew and greek meaning of recover?

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Answered: How to recover deleted emails

If you have AOL email...then go to your email files on the left of your READ EMAILS. Look for deleted emails. Once you click on that...if you can find the email you're looking for...click on it...then choose the option to restore. It also gives you the option to permanently delete...but once you do ...

Answered: What does to inibate mean to a person?

I think he meant intubate, but if he can't spell it I ain't telling him what it means.

Answered: How to recover files overwritten file?

Generally, overwritten files can't be recovered. Anyway, you can try to use data recovery to can your computer. I know a software named Free Any Data Recovery is good, you can have a try: http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverystandard.htm

Answered: Meaning of word assential

A hug is consequential If it's not consensual. The singular essential Is a word assentual.

Answered: What are some good language learning websites or lanuage learning

how about 'English Hebrew by Subject' - an amazing way to learn modern Hebrew vocabulary? you can find out more on www.engheb.com sarah

Answered: What does nekefet mean in hebrew

There is NO such word in Hebrew !. Can't think on any word even similar to it (or that sounds like it). Sorry.
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