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TO RESTORE. To return what has been unjustly taken; to place the owner of a thing in the state in which he formerly was. By restitution is understood not only the return of the thing itself, but all its accessories. It is to return the thing and its fruits. Dig. 60, 16, 35, 75 et 246, Sec. 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Kim et al., "Polypyrrole/agarose-based electronically conductive and reversibly restorable hydrogel," ACS Nano, vol.
The oldest, complete, surviving astronomical work is a 2-tablet compilation titled (by the ancients themselves, after its first words) MUL.APIN, meaning "Constellation of the Plow." Several copies of it--broken, but almost fully restorable --were found in the mid-19th century in the ruins of the palace at Nineveh of the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal (r.
The majority of this trim is restorable. The insurance carrier wants to replace some of the materials with a lesser quality of materials where it will not match the existing materials that are now there.
Usage of a reversible polymer material as a carrier liquid provides a restorable FF parameters' control.
To be included in the study, teeth had to demonstrate deep caries, show the presence of two-thirds of the root length radiographically, and be restorable. The exclusion criteria were the presence of any clinical or radiographic evidence of pulp degeneration (e.g., spontaneous or nocturnal tooth pain, tenderness to percussion, pathological mobility, internal or external root resorption, swelling or fistula, widened periodontal ligament space, furcal or periapical radiolucency, and teeth requiring more than 3 min to achieve hemostasis during clinical procedure).
However, goitrogen administration had reduced the growth rate in chicken (Rosebrough and McMurtry, 2003) and anti-thyroid axes administration resulted in decreased circulating IGF-I levels and hepatic IGF-I mRNA restorable by T4 administration (Tsukadaet al., 1998).
Additional Egyptian connections were suggested by the presence of a restorable amphora of Egyptian style, recovered from near the floor of what the team interpreted to be a kitchen area.
The first and most important issue is that the gun must be made in semi-automatic format and not be readily restorable to full-auto configuration.
Damage Degree Description of damage category of damage Property 1 Less than 1,000 USD: nondamaged 2 1,000-5,000 USD: slightly damaged 3 5,000-50,000 USD: moderately damaged 4 50,000-100,000 USD: heavily damaged 5 More than 100,000 USD: severely damaged Research data 1 100% restorable 2 80% restorable 3 50% restorable 4 20% restorable 5 0% restorable Figure 2: Percentage breakdown of root causes in chemical reaction fire casualties.
I do not believe it is restorable, but I am not an expert.
"The Philippines produced thousands of movies but more than half of that are no longer surviving, others are no longer restorable," Leo shared.