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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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Reversal follows only where 'the record indicates that rehabilitative concerns were the driving force behind, or a dominant factor in, the length of a sentence.' ...
It is a rehabilitative suspension; it is an indefinite suspension until the respondent has proved rehabilitation.
ACV has provided more than 6,200 US military and family members air transportation on American for rehabilitative services.
Rehabilitative Resources is looking into selling the 30 acres it owns along with three houses, barns and other outbuildings, but, Mr.
More than a connecting link from patient room to therapy space, the brightly lit and generous 9'6"-wide and up to 9'-tall corridor becomes an attractive path to common activity areas; for rehabilitative patients, the journey is as important as the destination.
He said that the primary goal of the centre will be to specialise in providing immediate rehabilitative services which will help patients achieve their optimum level of function.
It might be tempting to elicit an opinion from the witness about each of the foundational elements by asking such questions as "What is your opinion about the accused's desire to be rehabilitated?" However, RCM 1001(b)(5)(D) provides that opinions offered under the rule are "limited to whether the accused has rehabilitative potential and the magnitude or quality of any such potential."
IT is to be hoped our prison system is still able to performs its rehabilitative function.
V." will train staff of orphanages in Kyrgyzstan rehabilitative massage, which supports physical and mental health of infants and children with disabilities.
Intent To Exclude Rehabilitative Employees; In Fact,
The session is scheduled to discuss various security issues such as combating terrorism and organized crime as well as anti-corruption efforts, money laundering, and situation of rehabilitative centers in the Arab region.
Lakeshore Foundation and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) are developing a world-class research program in rehabilitative science--the Lakeshore Foundation/UAB Research that links Lakeshore's programs for people with physically disabling conditions and the UAB School of Health Professions' research expertise.