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restore

To return a structure to its original appearance,although the use of modern and updated materials may be employed.

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In addition to supporting the replanting of live oak throughout the park, Katrina ReLeaf will restore an avenue of crape myrtles and reestablish Couturie Forest Arboretum, the largest forested area in the park.
5, a common method to recovering a mailbox is to restore a full database backup to a Recovery Server.
Restore Hetch Hetchy is the latest group to join the conversation over the fate of Yosemite's "lost" valley.
System Restore is buried deep in XP; it takes five steps to access it.
The completion of this facility is one giant step,'' said Jim Edmondson, Southern California manager for the California Trout organization, which works to protect and restore wild trout and steelhead and their waters throughout California.
System Restore isn't a backup system for your disk, it just creates "restore points," specific dated information and data that lets it recreate the essentials of the operating environment you had at the last check point before the disaster, System Restore replaces system files, not user files, with earlier versions, so you don't have to worry about your 10-chapter novel being rolled back to chapter three--unless it's named like a system file.
Every DPU comes bundled with Unitrends' Data Protection Software (DPS) suite, including "bare-metal," which lets administrators restore a crashed operating system on the network in a matter of minutes, instead of the hours or days it can take with a traditional "clean" install methods.
Cloch: Actually, when we developed the RESTORE program in the fall of 1998, we did so, at least in part, as an answer to PPS.
But the human element must also be considered when doing a restoration project: how much wealth or human effort is needed to restore and maintain a particular ecosystem over time?
704-1(b)(2)(ii)(c), a partner's unconditional obligation to make a contribution to the partnership, whether imposed by the partnership agreement or by state or local law, will be treated as an obligation to restore the deficit capital account balance.
The Windows[TM] Restore Tool, introduced last year, began as a means to restore a limited amount of data from a LeapServ while on a LAN.