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Recover

To regain a former state or condition; restore to a normal state.
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I can then easily place the clean linoleum back under the hens' roost and re-cover it with straw and diatomaceous earth.
"We were in at 6.45am to check under the track covers," said racing manager Rob Coulthard, "the idea was just to make sure that everything was okay and then re-cover.
Brainchild of Panayiotis Stelikos, the re-cover project began two years ago.
We are working to re-cover this as quickly as possible so there are no further misunderstandings as the snow melts.''
The overshoes are used for visitors to cover their outdoor shoes and interdepartmental staff can use them to re-cover their footwear as they move to and from restricted areas.
Vintage tablecloths can be cleaned up and brought back into use, while frayed and damaged ones can be cut up to make tea towels or to re-cover chairs.
Stir again a few minutes later and re-cover. The pasta should cook completely in 20 minutes or less.
Re-cover fumiturli and paint every 10 years or sooner.
That it does not reference the ongoing discussions around medievalism is one of the more striking gaps in this Introduction, one which leads it substantially to re-cover already trodden ground.
Crawford House has an ongoing programme of refurbishment to keep the facilities as welcoming as possible and in the next few months staff hope to replace the lounge curtains, an old fridge and re-cover some chairs.
Some GPC spending was on luxury items, including [pounds sterling]1,298.95 in June on luxury fabric from Osborne & Little to re-cover chairs in two diplomats' foreign residences.