Do a Whois search by typing in your old domain at http://www.Whois.sc and if it's been registered by someone else you'll see their contact details. If it's crucial for you to recover the name you could first check the main domain name auction/aftermarket broker sites listed at http://www.domain.name/auctions and see if your domain name has been put up for sale.If it's not listed for sale anywhere and doesn't resolve to a page or website then you could email the admin contact shown on the whois and ask if they would be kind enough to give you back the domain or sell it back to you or,if it's really important,you could use a domain name broker to do this for you. Good luck.
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