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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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e restorer that receives the most votes by the end of the show will be crowned the winner and presented with their award by Wheeler Dealers star Mike Brewer.
In some cases, the same genotype behaved as a restorer for one CMS line and as a maintainer for the other CMS line.
There are different types of custom power devices such as Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) Distribution Static Synchronous Compensators (DSTATCOM) Static Var Compensator (SVC) and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS).
When dealing with a water loss, a professional textile restorer follows a specific protocol that involves separating light-colored items from dark-colored items to prevent dye transfer, which can prove impossible to remove.
But the privilege of working on Bernini's sculptures was more than enough compensation for the challenge facing restorers, said Baltera.
Like many restorers, Bob grew up on a farm where he much preferred his father's 1927 John Deere D to the horse and mule team.
Dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) is designed to protect voltage sags on lines feeding sensitive critical equipment.
When a Vatican-led team of art restorers started scrubbing and scrutinizing what was underneath centuries of soot and grime caked on the ceiling and walls of a major shrine in Rome, they made a spectacular discovery.
The new supplements include Super Bone Food, which supports optimum bone health, Super Joint Restorer for pain free joint movement and flexibility and Skin Rejuvenator to nourish healthy skin.
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane tells of Hugh Lane, who began his career in the arts as an apprentice painting restorer, became a London art dealer, and eventually amassed a collection of art which led to Ireland's most famous public art collections.
Because more than 75% of the area under sorghum cultivation in India is planted to high-yielding hybrids, and most of these hybrids are based on milo-cytoplasm, it is important to transfer genes conferring resistance to sorghum shoot fly into cytoplasmic male-sterile (A-lines), maintainer (B-lines), and restorer (R-lines) lines to develop hybrids with high grain yield and resistance to this pest.
Run by Maureen Robson, who has worked as a senior restorer for the British Museum, the course has been running at Redditch Library"The courses are for people of all ages and it's a fun learning class as well as an opportunity for residents to discover a new and useful skill," said Ms Robson, aged 58, of Hockley in Birmingham.