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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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But he said: "I'd be astonished if we won Restorer of the Year as a Mini is so commonplace.
Testers BR7166-5B-1 (T3), F2277 (T10), PR828 (T11) and BR1543-1-1-1-1 (T19) were found as effective restorers for all the five CMS lines.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) in US$ Million.
As organizers put the finishing touches to the new laboratory this past week, head restorer Alice Baltera donned white overalls and glasses to work on the statues.
One restorer said it was unbelievable how many wads of chewed gum left by tourists were found stuck to the seats and rails.
May I suggest the excellent Liverpool Conservation centrelocated in Queen Square, Liverpool, telephone number 0151 207 0001 who are very helpful and if they cannot carry out the restoration will certainly recommend a restorer.
In October 2003, Lion marketed the hair restorer ''Innovate'' which it claims contains a hair growing factor found in people with healthy hair, and immediately captured a domestic market share close to 10 percent.
Fittingly, China is the site of sophisticated experiments with a biological cleanup system known as the Restorer, designed by the nonprofit Ocean Arks International of Burlington, Vermont.
Benning, a native of Germany with a penchant for Navajo bolos and Western duds, eyes two of his sons - Eric, who has assumed the role as master instrument maker, and Brian, a concert violinist and master restorer.
Although restorers sometimes use lasers to bust dirt off museum pieces, they haven't embraced them widely, especially not for paintings.
He is a full member of the British Antique Furniture Restoration Association (BAFRA) and is one of only three accredited restorers in Scotland.
Yet behind the scenes, restorers are still at work, using computer imaging and traditional techniques to reassemble several of the vaulted dome's frescoes which are still in pieces after crashing to the ground (September 26, 1997.