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restorer

[ri′stȯr·ər]
(electronics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Wolf Country isn't the most consistent, so we are down to two trained by Ian Williams (above) -- Restorer and RESHOUN.
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KARACHI -- The Alliance Francaise de Karachi and Shakeel Siddiqui's family Wednesday paid tribute to Shakeel Siddiqui, an artist, art instructor, art restorer of Pakistan in Super Realism category of Fine Arts.
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Dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) is one of the most efficient and effective custom power devices that can mitigate voltage sags swells and harmonics coming from supply side.
The leather conditioner, cleaner and restorer can be used on all leather articles and surfaces, except suede, and is suitable for jackets, couches, car seats, handbags, shoes, boots, saddles - anything deemed to be real leather.
Francis Joseph Dvorak is an artist, art restorer and teacher.
* NimCor's Roll Restorer is a mobile tool that repairs damaged or crushed cores right on the plant floor.
The restorer first was given a dozen items as a test to determine the restoration capability.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a furniture restorer killed in a roadside tragedy.