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Reconstituted

Taking smaller pieces of materials and binding them together to form a larger material item. Examples include wood chips that are adhered together to form trim, doors or panels.
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"Our chance is to be able to reconstitute the records of the cases from the parties but that too will be difficult," Arellano said.
According to the deal, which Aristide agreed to, the two sides would work together to reconstitute the government.
But the ASUU president said it was unfortunate that months after the federal government promised to reconstitute the visitation panels, nothing has been done.
Referring to the three-member bench to hear a case pertaining to hospital waste disposal from which he was excluded, the Supreme Court (SC) judge authored a note, questioning the unwarranted and unprecedented [move] to reconstitute a bench, in such a manner, whilst hearing a case".
It is quite relevant to mention here that APTMA had made proposals last year to the government to reconstitute committee with greater representation of private sector stakeholders and after all more than one and a half year the Association get succeeded to reconstituted PCCC which will be now dominated by 17 members representing textile industry, ginners, farmers and Karachi Cotton Association.
Scientists at the University of Georgia investigated the survival and growth characteristics of the bacteria in infant rice cereal as affected by the type of liquid used to reconstitute the cereal and the storage temperature used after the reconstitution.
Yet before a 1998 congressional hearing, Ritter testified: "Once effective inspection regimes have been terminated, Iraq will be able to reconstitute the entirety of its former nuclear, chemical, and ballistic missile delivery system within a period of six months." The same year, he told an ABC audience, "Iraq retains the capability to launch a chemical strike."
Therefore, once a bench has been constituted, cause list issued and the bench is assembled for hearing cases, the Chief Justice cannot reconstitute the bench, except in the manner discussed above,' Justice Shah observed.
The patient then receives a donor's healthy marrow cells, which grow into blood cells and reconstitute the immune system.
German scientists have used the techniques to fractionate and reconstitute wheat flour.
Drawings are usually considered to exhibit a spontaneity difficult to reconstitute in painting, but with Katz it is just the opposite: The drawings demonstrate just how much will and calculation underlie the casual freshness of the paintings.
Specifically, the union is protesting poor funding by the government and failure to reconstitute the governing council in the last one year.