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rebuild

[rē′bild]
(engineering)
To restore to a condition comparable to new by disassembling the item to determine the condition of each of its component parts, and reassembling it, using serviceable, rebuilt, or new assemblies, subassemblies, and parts.

Rebuild

To build again. To make extensive structural repairs after a structure has fallen into disuse through neglect, vandalism, or natural disaster, such as fire or flood..
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The CCR Program ensures successful rebuilds and like-new machine performance for Cat customers.
Whereas a quick rebuild can return a plant to designed capacity in a matter of weeks.
Benchmarking is vital to determining your competitive standing, which is the first step to understanding the need for change as well as the goals or objectives of the rebuild.
If courage is needed, it's the courage not to rebuild the levees as they were (thus courting the same risks), but to think strategically about hurricane levels, to evolve new standards for protection against them, and to set out the land-use coefficients of such standards.
While RAID 5 and 6 are great technologies for balancing performance, cost and capacity, they are negatively affected by drive failures and extended array rebuild times.
Silverstein argued that the "should" in the restoration period definition imposes a theoretical measure only where the insured does not rebuild or fails to do so with reasonable speed and similar quality.
These provisions allow disaster victims to rebuild their lives as they need," Galdieri says, maintaining that all the proceeds should be exempt.
Economic development was the promise made after the community was ravaged by the riots, with every level of government stepping forward with pledges to rebuild.
Our preferred choice has always been to rebuild the New River plant," said John Doddridge, Internet's chairman and CEO.
to repair, rebuild, and refinish injection and extrusion screws for the eastern U.