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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 deficiency manifests itself in state provisions requiring periodic review of defendants deemed restorable and committed in furtherance of that goal.
A Two-Step Approach to Restorable Dynamic QoS Routing," Proc.
The Evaluation of Effective Usage of Restorable Electronic Device // Electronics and Electrical Engineering.
Coburg Aggregate Reclamation Project: 56 acres near Green Island: riparian floodplain forest, restorable shallow gravel pits.
I particularly appreciated his revelations about the shameful way in which politicians have used inflated and totally spurious refurbishment "estimates" to justify the demolition of perfectly restorable terraced homes, in the Welsh Streets and elsewhere.
A: Dead heart muscle following a heart attack is replaced by scar tissue and is not restorable.
If however the legal functioning already was not restorable because, let us suppose one member of the deposit partnership died and no new member was registered within 3 months pursuant to the former regulation or within 6 months pursuant to the new regulation, then a final settlement was ordered by the Registry Court.
After research was completed on each of the buildings, the structures were demolished if they were determined not restorable.
How else could we ever have lost the Customs House, an initial victim of the Luftwaffe, but with a perfectly restorable bulk almost as voluminous as St George's Hall?
1m-thick destruction layer, including many fallen bricks, burnt beams and a large amount of restorable pottery vessels.
Vintage enthusiasts are also always on the lookout for something that they consider to be restorable.