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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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Wolf visited Millersburg to see the impact Restore Pennsylvania could have on assisting the community with remediating blight.
Restore Rehabilitation is a leading case management company that provides field coverage in 27 states and nationwide telephonic coverage.
In a video posted on Facebook on Friday, the activists claimed the beach remained in the same condition and no action had been taken to restore the area.
I'd want to obviously find a source to be able to restore it in SUCs,' he said on Thursday's Meet Inquirer Multimedia forum.
Jim Schulte, President of Restore West, said, "We are pleased with this further investment from Goldman Sachs.
In order to restore a backup to iPhone X, first, you need to make sure one is available.
"This discount is just a small way we can show gratitude to our staff, volunteers, donors and customers who have served this great country," said Chrissy Sailstad, Habitat for Humanity ReStore Manager.
Products in the new Rust-Oleum Restore line include:
A PROJECT to restore tens of thousands of acres of ancient woodland has secured PS1.9 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Brunton Hunting gives customers "the juice to push on" with its new Restore.
1 Restore that bond of trust between the decision-makers and the electorate.
There is a certain high-volume plaintiffs' no-fault firm--which I need not name--which has, of late, been making many motions to restore their cases to the trial calendar long after they had been marked off the calendar for one reason or another.