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restore

To return a structure to its original appearance,although the use of modern and updated materials may be employed.

References in classic literature ?
Restore to thy master that which is his due, and enrich thyself with the remainder.
So Ojo related the sad story of Unc Nunkie's transformation into a marble statue, and told how he had set out to find the things the Crooked Magician wanted, in order to make a charm that would restore his uncle to life.
"That Crooked Magician is breaking the Law by practicing magic without a license, and I'm not sure Ozma will allow him to restore your uncle to life."
The right disk library gives the customer a new tier of storage for faster, more reliable backups and restores with minimum pain.
The standard file-by-file method backs up and restores function through a machine's operating system.
Appliances based on Zetta Server provide advanced data protection, high-availability, and rapid restores for Windows, Unix, and MAC OSX platforms--all managed from a single unified Web interface.
Storage administrators like incremental backups because they help shrink backup windows, but tape restores are simpler and more effective with full backups.
The onsite copy will be used to perform restores as required, and the offsite copy will safeguard against damage to the onsite backup media.
Part of the beauty of image backup technology is that restores can be scripted so any authorized person can simply insert the boot CD into a dead machine and initiate a "Look Ma, No Hands!" recovery.
Multiplexing causes slow restores while the organized migration of data from disk to tape expedites restore times.
The software handles basic storage management tasks, such as tape reclamation, data archiving and expiration, and point-in-time restores so efficiently that operation staff no longer need to manage tapes or even know where the data is.
Unfortunately, backup administrators have had to compromise between speed and accuracy because traditional backup software forces a choice between slow backups with accurate restores or fast backups with inaccurate restores.