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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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this case, the defendant's competency may never be restorable, and
Semi-Markov Models: Control of Restorable Systems With Latent Failures
Due to the advent of revolutionary methods and techniques in medicine, breathing and circulation are sometimes restorable through artificial means, such as after a heart attack.
Unless it has been cut or welded in a way that makes it not just inoperable, but not readily restorable to full auto fire, the receiver is still a machine gun, and it still needs to be registered as one.
As finance officers, we have all been trained and have had experience in sound accounting and financial reporting practices--the need to be prepared, the importance of establishing a practical and responsive chart of accounts and financial management system, the critical role that sound documentation plays in verifying and supporting transactions and reported amounts, and the ever-present need to ensure that systems are duplicated and restorable if lost or destroyed.
The Glasspar G3 is a classic boat and is one of the most popular restorable fiberglass boats.
"Out of 126 glass artefacts, 42 were smashed, 12 were damaged but restorable and 72 were unaffected.
(ii) tooth has involved at least 2 carious surfaces and can be restorable;
Kodialam and T V Lakshman, "Dynamic routing of restorable bandwidth-guaranteed tunnels using aggregated network resource usage information," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol.
The [f.sub.1] is the amount of restorable loads in nonfault and out-of-service areas, and it is proportional to the short-term power failure:
"I'm not sure if it's restorable because somebody has used an acetylene torch on a couple of parts of that steam engine,'' Mr.
While some elements of the former system were restorable, Temple suggests it will take years--probably decades--to once more optimize the evolutionary mix of "products, processes, and applications" that assure high reliability in spacecraft.