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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.

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While the tester BR7166-5B-1 (T3), F2277 (T10), PR828 (T11) and BR1543-1-1-1-1 (T19) showed above 80% spikelet fertility and regarded as potential restorer with all CMS lines.
Analysis modeling and simulation of dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) for compensation of voltage-quality disturbances" International Journal of Control Automation and Systems 1 (2): 23-29 (2013).
Ultimately, the textile restorer's experience, knowledge and ability to handle a wide range of items resulted in the successful restoration of more than 1,400 garments, hats and boots.
In the next project, which will run until 2012, restorers will work on another pair of large angels, the ones used to cast the bronze sculptures that frame the altar at St.
Mathieson, G.A.," A Novel Series Dynamics Voltage Restorer for Distribution Systems".
With help from the Vatican Museums' research department, restorers devised a way to chemically reverse the oxidation process.
The hybrids based on shoot fly-resistant CMS and restorer lines had significantly lower proportion of plants with eggs and deadhearts than the hybrids on the basis of other cross combinations.
Florentine museums superintendent Antonio Paolucci had selected Agnese Parronchi, a top restorer acclaimed for her harmonious cleanings of other Michelangelo sculptures.
According to a survey by Lion Corp., a detergent and maker of bodily care products, including hair restorer, about 60 percent of men in the 20s to 50s are worried about thinning hair, and nearly 40 percent of those in their 50s have used hair restorers.
The Fuzhou Restorer was built in a 500-meter stretch of canal that received sewage from an estimated 12,000 people.
For example, Data Domain's Restorer is an on-site disk-based restore repository that replaces ATA RAID systems or NAS, and complements tape by relieving the pressure of being the primary backup and restore target.
Perhaps one might say that Grafton's paradigm (a term he would never employ, I think) is not that of historical narration or analysis, trying to make sense of large social or political patterns, but that of the textual "corrector," or humanist restorer of texts that have been corrupted and misread, a close reader of a cultural world that we have lost.