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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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He further added that drainage system of Tehkal Bala and Payan would be upgraded and waste water treatment plant of Hazaar Khwani would be rehabilitated.
Likewise the administration rehabilitated an existing irrigation channel in Koz, Chinnari of Tehsil Safi by repairing 1957 meters extensive channel.
As a result, 10 years on some 6,000 of them are homeless and still unsure whether they will ever be rehabilitated.
However, one of Jamie's killers, Jon Venables, has proved that he was not rehabilitated and is still a danger to the public.
Pavel Odintsov, a supreme court spokesman, said: "The presidium declared as groundless the repression of Tsar Nicholas II and his family and rehabilitated them.
There may be five fewer robbery victims for every robber caught and rehabilitated.
About 90% of penguins were not lucky enough to be captured and rehabilitated, and so perished.
The purpose of the current investigation was to assess the congruence between vocational evaluation (VE) job recommendations, vocational skills training, and jobs obtained by success, fully rehabilitated (status 26) state VR clients.
A great many mine tailing sites have been cleaned up or are in the process of being rehabilitated by their owners.
In the case of VR there are three different levels of internal comparison groups: people who applied for but were not accepted for VR services (Status 08); people not successfully rehabilitated after implementation of the IWRP (Status 28); and those who are accepted and agree to receive services, but leave the program prior to implementation of their IWRP (Status 30).
The FRIP track consists of seventeen miles of dedicated freight track (ten miles of which are new track and seven miles of which were rehabilitated), while the balance of the route consists of shared use of two rehabilitated electrified main lines for five miles).
Lastly under UPRIIS, areas in Nueva Ecija and certain areas in Tarlac will be rehabilitated including main canals, line canals, and gravel roads and is projected to cost around PhP250million.