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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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Restorer can ruin his chance by being too keen but I'm a fully paid-up member of the Richard Kingscote fan club and he should have no issues in getting Restorer to relax.
In some cases, the same genotype behaved as a restorer for one CMS line and as a maintainer for the other CMS line.
There are different types of custom power devices such as Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) Distribution Static Synchronous Compensators (DSTATCOM) Static Var Compensator (SVC) and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS).
When dealing with a water loss, a professional textile restorer follows a specific protocol that involves separating light-colored items from dark-colored items to prevent dye transfer, which can prove impossible to remove.
In a glass-walled workshop set up in one of the courtyards of the immense building, visitors can watch restorers work on two clay angels by Bernini, the celebrated Italian Baroque sculptor dubbed "the second Michelangelo."
Dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) is designed to protect voltage sags on lines feeding sensitive critical equipment.
When a Vatican-led team of art restorers started scrubbing and scrutinizing what was underneath centuries of soot and grime caked on the ceiling and walls of a major shrine in Rome, they made a spectacular discovery.
The experimental material consisted of 12 restorer, 12 CMS, and their maintainer (5 shoot fly-susceptible and 7 shoot fly-resistant) lines selected at random from germplasm and breeding material maintained in the gene bank at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The real payoff, however, was the chance to get a restorer's-eye view, up close and top to bottom, of what journalists like to call "the most beautiful man in the world." After the obligatory speeches and video show, photographers were allowed, three at a time, to ascend the elaborate scaffolding wrapped like armor halfway around the David.
It's up to you to solve the mystery by becoming an archaeologist and restorer. This is the introduction to the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History's site, A Sunken Ship's Tale.
Chief restorer Elisabetta Zatti said the fingerprint along with stylistic similarities, made scholars think of Leonardo.