Meaning of "retrieve (from)" in the following sentence

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alokin
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Meaning of "retrieve (from)" in the following sentence

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Hello,

Can anyone clarify the meaning of "retrieve from" in the following sentence: "Individual Service Agreement: Agreement that specifies and/or retrieves services of/from a Service Framework Agreement."

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I suspect it simply means "receives services from".
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Re: Meaning of "retrieve (from)" in the following sentence

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Replacing ‘retrieve’ with ‘get’ should give the same meaning.
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