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restore

(Renew), verb ameliorate, amend, correct, cure, doctor up, energize, fix, heal, improve, make better, make whole, meliorate, mend, patch, patch up, put in order, put in repair, put right, reanimate, rearrange, rebuild, recondition, reconstitute, reconstruct, recreate, rectify, redo, refashion, refit, reform, refresh, regenerate, rehabilitate, reinvigorate, rejuvenate, remake, remedy, renovate, reorganize, repair, restitute, resuscitate, retouch, revive, revivify

restore

(Return), verb atone, bring back, give back, hand back, indemnify, make amends, make good, make reparation, make restitution, put back, recompense, recoup, reddere, redeem, redress, reestablish, referre, refund, reinstall, reinstate, reinvest with, remit, render up, repay, replace, revest, satisfy, send back
Associated concepts: restore to one's former position, reetored to possession
Foreign phrases: Reddere, nil aliud est quam acceptum restituere; seu, reddere est quasi retro dare, et redditur dicitur a redeundo, quia retro it.To render is nothing more than to restore that which has been received; or, to render is as it were to give back, and it is called “rendering” from “returning”, because it goes back again.
See also: bear, bestow, continue, contribute, cure, emend, fix, indemnify, meliorate, quit, rebate, reconstitute, reconstruct, recoup, recreate, rectify, redress, reform, refund, rehabilitate, reimburse, reinstate, remand, remedy, renew, renovate, repair, repay, resume, resurrect, return, surrender, yield

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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The potential restorers and maintainers were identified and presented in Table 3.
However, if the market starts to believe that competency is based on removing all equipment by the third day, then why wouldn't the restorer simply remove the equipment from the project regardless of the actual conditions within the structure?
Because more than 75% of the area under sorghum cultivation in India is planted to high-yielding hybrids, and most of these hybrids are based on milo-cytoplasm, it is important to transfer genes conferring resistance to sorghum shoot fly into cytoplasmic male-sterile (A-lines), maintainer (B-lines), and restorer (R-lines) lines to develop hybrids with high grain yield and resistance to this pest.
Restorers, meanwhile, are absorbed with technical data, art historians are nursed on bright, back-lit slides and immersed in antiquarian arcana, journalists parrot or sift what they're told, and the public is dazzled by bright colors.
The hair restorer and hair growth stimulant market in Japan, long in the doldrums, has become active with the marketing of allegedly powerful products by pharmaceutical and cosmetics makers.
The city of Shanghai is considering installing Restorers in some of its canals, Todd says.
Fits fine, fits fine,'' said Benning, 59, patriarch of Studio City Music, one of the nation's top violin, viola and cello makers and restorers.
So, when the restorers of Hank's house decided to rebuild his front porch, they chose a material that would last as long as his music.
Although restorers sometimes use lasers to bust dirt off museum pieces, they haven't embraced them widely, especially not for paintings.
He is a full member of the British Antique Furniture Restoration Association (BAFRA) and is one of only three accredited restorers in Scotland.
Yet behind the scenes, restorers are still at work, using computer imaging and traditional techniques to reassemble several of the vaulted dome's frescoes which are still in pieces after crashing to the ground (September 26, 1997.
One should welcome collaborations between art historians like Hirst and restorers like Dunkerton, as one should surely encourage interchanges between the historical and the technical approaches.