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restore

[ri′stȯr]
(computer science)
In computers, to regenerate, to return a cycle index or variable address to its initial value, or to store again.
(electronics)
Periodic charge regeneration of volatile computer storage systems.

Restore

To put back into a prior state, condition, or use.

restore

To return a computer or database to its previous state. See restore point.
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Restore Deck Start Wood Primer simplifies the project preparation by eliminating the need for stripping and sanding.
Parkway Partners' project will restore one of New Orleans' signature corridors, replanting large trees along major roadways downtown and involving local neighborhood associations and civic groups.
They rely on the Mailbox Recovery feature to restore deleted mailboxes in Exchange 2000/2003 and use a Recovery Server in Exchange 5.
To return the system to a prior state, click in the radio button for Restore my computer to an earlier time and then on Next.
A large population of fish on the Ventura River will help restore steelhead in other watersheds in Southern California, partly because the fish also live in the ocean and are known to stray from one river to another.
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A therapy company approached us several years before we started RESTORE to offer us a similar program, but our response was, "No way--that's a lot of money.
When restorationists bring history and science together, they produce valuable information about how an ecosystem operated in the past and what it will take to restore it, given the current conditions.
Prior to this ruling, it was unclear what amount (if any) would be treated as an obligation to restore the partner's negative capital account.
Proxy authentication, point in time bulk restores, detailed restore logging and onscreen statistics are a few of the user-friendly features added recently.
In Alabama's Talladega National Forest, 48,000 longleaf pine to restore a healthy ecosystem for endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.