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Rehabilitate

To restore to a useful state by repair, alteration, or modification.
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UNICEF in Syria is working on rehabilitating 10 wells of potable water in the Province in cooperation with Ministry of Water Resources with a cost of SYP 321,560 million.
Dr Al Talha believes that regular hospitals often overlook some factors while rehabilitating drug addicts.
These llamas grazing in a Leona Valley field were designated farm animals Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors, which also lifted a ban on rehabilitating small wild animals.
However, liming remains the most common means of rehabilitating these waste sites.
Speaking during a meeting with Sweida Governor Atef al-Naddaf, UNICEF Resident Representative in Syria Hana Singer said work will focus on rehabilitating 10 wells for drinking water at a value of SYP 321.
The local elders appreciated the government efforts by rehabilitating the damaged electricity system and said that through this activity most of peoples have re-opened their shops which will restore the economic activities in the area.
Government High school Dheri, Government High school Jolagram and Government Primary school in Dheri were rehabilitated by constructing seven washrooms, a septic tank and rehabilitating three class rooms.
of Pleasantville, NY, rehabilitating pipeline from 41st Street north to 78th Street under the administration of the New York City Department of Design and Construction.
He is rehabilitating in Kansas and isn't expected to return to the Dodgers this season, the final year of his $55 million contract.
The J-51 Program, is a New York City Tax exemption and abatement program that, depending on the project involved, provides recipients with six to thirty four years of benefits for rehabilitating or performing major capital improvements on residential properties and conversions of nonresidential properties to residential.
The taxpayer countered that the loans related to his business of "buying, rehabilitating and reselling corporations.
No priority attention for grants aimed at rehabilitating severely disabled individuals with a history of cancer has been extended.