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Replacing

The renewing or restoring to a former place or condition, as the renewing of parts of a building which have been damaged or impaired by use or by the elements.
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What are the signs when upgrading is better than replacing legacy process control systems?
In Portrait of Cardinal Nino de Guevara, Restored, 1992, she reworks El Greco's Grand Inquisitor Cardinal Don Fernando Nino de Guevara, 1596, by replacing the paneled door to the cardinal's right with a section of Andy Warhol's Orange Disaster, 1963.
There is an offsetting cost to the government associated with servicing the outstanding circulating coins or notes, which involves replacing "unfit" coins and notes as they wear out and operating the Federal Reserve currency and coin-processing facilities that provide the public with good-quality, genuine coins and notes.
Corrective or breakdown maintenance, sometimes referred to as emergency maintenance, means fixing nonworking or failed items due to regular use, malfunction, defect, neglect, or vandalism by cleaning, adjusting, repairing, replacing, restoring, etc.
Scrap yard operators started purchasing used excavators, replacing components and adding key aftermarket components such as purpose-built material handler fronts, counterweigh t boxes to increase the weight of the counterweight, cab risers, and hydraulic and belt driven gen sets to complete the package.
Potential exists for replacing paper in other printed, disposable food applications as well.
When a new drive is replacing a bad drive, low-end RAID controllers require the running of a rebuild utility before booting the operating system.
A made basket ends the possession, with FBD replacing EAC.
Basically, Strauss said, the new rules "simplify a situation that's pretty complicated" by extending the period for replacing lost property from two years to four years and creating a "basket" of tangible personal property that can be replaced as the owner chooses.