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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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Additionally, a rebuild or retubing can extend the life of an existing heater by 20 to 30 years, just as long as a total replacement but at far less capital expense.
Catholics and Orthodox in Sarajevo both complain about the influx of Middle Eastern money to rebuild mosques.
Rebuild Los Angeles was created with the mission of infusing the inner city with millions of dollars in public and private investment.
The law made it virtually impossible for owners of bombed buildings to use destruction as an excuse to cut ties to current tenants and then rebuild a structure serving a newer, presumably more profitable, purpose.
A dialog box will appear asking, "Would you like to rebuild your desktop?
He has designed a miniature wooden house which is prefabricated in Germany (a Bavarian `farmer helps farmer' initiative is providing the finance) and then serves as a temporary home for the farmer and his family for the year or two it takes to rebuild their old house, or to construct a new one.
From the minute I heard about REBUILD globally, I was captivated.
8220;If you're Kim Kardashian, or Justin Bieber, you probably don't need our credit information,” said William Johnson, author of Rebuild Credit Now: Secrets to Launch Your Credit Score.
FREEMAN: The forming fabric supplier should get involved with the mill several months ahead of a rebuild.
Additional processing on each command can include host/LUN permissions checking, mapping of virtual volumes to physical disk drives, parity calculations or RAID rebuild.
The dispute between the World Trade Center lessee and insurers is heating up, with the insurer that holds the largest piece of liability from the destroyed complex saying the lessee has forfeited his right to rebuild the center by asking for an immediate cash payment for the actual cash value of the property.