A company in Houston offers this service and charges about $2,000 to reconstruct
a cubic toot--less than 100 pages--of shredded strips.
This book dually functions both to reconstruct
history and to provide explanations for Micheaux's offenses.
Forster and Igor Stravinsky are blurred and impossible to reconstruct
Permitting a taxpayer to reconstruct
records under these circumstances represents a limited retention of the Cohan doctrine.
The TRAM flap can be used to reconstruct
one or both breasts, but only in one operation.
Moreover, we gather data from a reservoir of bold ideas and actions from past centuries to reconstruct
knowledge for an enhanced and liberating quality of life for black women today.
This phase of SR 95 Section BSR covers the I-95 reconstruction from just north of Margaret Street to Kennedy Street, and the northbound I-95 on-ramp at the Bridge Street interchange, including work to: (1) reconstruct
northbound and southbound I-95 (four lanes in each direction) from just north of Margaret Street to Kennedy Street.
Efforts to reconstruct
the old boundaries in one leap have failed, he argues, because not enough early evidence remains, whereas the record for Anglo-Norman Ireland is fairly abundant.
An essential part of this project has been an effort to reconstruct
the evolution of attitudes towards and the experiences of the poorest Americans, no easy task given the paucity of written records documenting their personal lives.
Removal of such a cholesteatoma may require sacrificing the malleus and incus and may necessitate second-stage surgery to reconstruct
the ossicular chain and to rule out residual disease.
If not quite able in 244 pages to reconstruct
the entire linguistic world of early modern science, Balbiani's original interdisciplinary work rebuilds a substantial portion of it and makes an illuminating addition to Della Porta scholarship.
The EPR method can reconstruct
the total (internal plus external) radiation dose accumulated in dental tissues.