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Reconstruct

New construction following the exact forms and details as they once were.

reconstruct

To reproduce a building in the same form and detail as it had been previously.
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Specially trained and skilled labourers and craftsmen were employed to reconstruct the buildings.
Isaac painstakingly draws out the vicissitudes of all these struggles over the years of the diary, and yet he reconstructs considerably more than that: a typical year in the working life of a plantation, the contents of Carter's vast library, the practice of plantation medicine, the administration of colonial government--indeed, every dimension of Carter's world.
Collect Pond Park: LMDC funding will reconstruct this site, which is in poor condition.
The timing of electron hits must be resolved sufficiently to determine which detector was hit first in order to reconstruct events for a [2] and A.
Crude ways to reconstruct shredded documents have been around for a while, but the technology has improved greatly.
However, a LIFO taxpayer that does not have the records to reconstruct its LIFO reserve at actual cost has its associated LIFO reserve at risk.
As the authors reconstruct these historical moments, they cleverly interweave commentary provided by literary figures such as James Weldon Johnson and Claude McKay.
At least this is a view held by many of the researchers who are trying to reconstruct a believable historical Jesus.
Before his death in 1986 he began to reconstruct these years, using old appointment books and such to jog his memory.
The TRAM (transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous) flap technique may be used to reconstruct one or both breasts at the same time.
The courts also have allowed taxpayers to reconstruct records in nonnatural casualties when the records were
Another the goal of womanist theology is to unearth the ethnographic sources within the African American community in order to reconstruct knowledge and overcome subordination.