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Reconstruct

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

To reproduce a building in the same form and detail as it had been previously.
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They looked eagerly at the reconstructed writing so far.
made but a faint attempt to parry this unexpected blow; the monarchy he had scarcely reconstructed tottered on its precarious foundation, and at a sign from the emperor the incongruous structure of ancient prejudices and new ideas fell to the ground.
They now knew that it required but one hour to take up arms again and one night to reconstruct the barricades.
Let me hear you reconstruct the man by an examination of it."
They repeated to each other, while pillaging his hotel, that he was sent to Gigelli by the king to reconstruct his lost fortunes; that the treasures of Africa would be equally divided between the admiral and the king of France; that these treasures consisted in mines of diamonds, or other fabulous stones; the gold and silver mines of Mount Atlas did not even obtain the honor of being named.
As to the business, it had been reconstructed, and the energy and ability of the junior partner had soon made up for all the ill that had been done by his senior.
Knowing Erik as he did, he easily reconstructed the tragedy.
To reconstruct a past world, doubtless with a view to the highest purposes of truth--what a work to be in any way present at, to assist in, though only as a lamp-holder!
"My scheme of life," he said, "may be reconstructed more than once before I am satisfied.