Refurbish


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Refurbish

To make clean, bright or fresh again.

refurbish

To make fresh again without demolition and replacement of the original building; i.e., to renovate.
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Wilsona has been approved to receive state aid to refurbish the campus, but bids for the preparatory work and new modular buildings were about $400,000 over the expected $1.
We have conciously taken a call not to refurbish ourselves mainly because these are usually not used products.
But when the company closed in 1994, Hurt parlayed his skills into a consultant position working with former Page Avjet clients to refurbish aircraft.
QA will impart training in the computer lab to refurbish, repair, test and prepare computers for distribution.
LANCASTER - California's effort to promote the commercial space industry helped secure $26 million for four Antelope Valley projects, including funding to refurbish two rocket-engine test stands, officials said Tuesday.
4 million to refurbish rocket test stands at Edwards, an effort considered quite timely given the number of space-related projects on the horizon.
On Saturday, November 18, more than 100 Citigroup Global Wealth Management (GWM) volunteers will meet at Kosciuszko Park in Stamford, Connecticut from 9am - 2:30pm to clean and refurbish the facility, which has been closed due to a lack of funding and upkeep.