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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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Culbreth loves looking at the buildings PRESERV has refinished and knowing he has "had a hand in restoring it, that I have left my thumbprint in the skyline of New York.
The idea of restoring Hetch Hetchy lay dormant until about five years ago, when Sarah Null, a graduate student in geography at the University of California, Davis, breathed new life into the controversy with a much-publicized master's thesis that explored how the Hetch Hetchy water system would function without the O'Shaughnessy Dam.
For the past six years, federal and state agencies have been pursuing smaller steps in the process of restoring the Everglades through memorandums of agreement with the local water management district and local municipalities, says Jacquelyn Griffin, chief of public affairs for the USACE Jacksonville [Florida] District.
Should we be restoring forest characteristics that existed in the past if the forests are heading toward something very different in the future?
By restoring these buildings, the city is demonstrating its commitment to the idea that preserving our heritage improves the quality of life in the community," said Pamela Jerome, WASA's director of historic preservation.
Most VTL solutions today also allow users to manage an attached tape library, backing up or restoring virtual tape images to real physical tape.
WASA is carefully cleaning and restoring the structure's exterior.
In Florida, the state with the most longleaf acreage left, state forests are committed to restoring longleaf wherever it grew historically.
It is imperative that IT staff understand and comply with the regulations for producing e-mails as formal records versus simply restoring e-mails for internal business purposes.