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restore

[ri′stȯr]
(computer science)
In computers, to regenerate, to return a cycle index or variable address to its initial value, or to store again.
(electronics)
Periodic charge regeneration of volatile computer storage systems.

Restore

To put back into a prior state, condition, or use.

restore

To return a computer or database to its previous state. See restore point.
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Now that your backup is saved restoring it to your iPhone X is relatively simple.
The PS1.9 million secured for restoring ancient woodland will go towards the total PS2.9 million cost of the project, with the Woodland Trust appealing for public donations to make up a PS530,000 funding gap and the rest coming from partner organisations.
CDP systems can perform fast recoveries by restoring just the blocks that have changed, and instant recoveries by presenting a mountable volume for BC purposes, just like snapshots and some object-based backup systems.
The idea of restoring Hetch Hetchy lay dormant until about five years ago, when Sarah Null, a graduate student in geography at the University of California, Davis, breathed new life into the controversy with a much-publicized master's thesis that explored how the Hetch Hetchy water system would function without the O'Shaughnessy Dam.
ZipBackup's Smart Copy and Restore makes copying or restoring your files to their proper location or to another computer effortless.
Their allies in this effort are restoration firms that specialize in extracting water from the premises, drying out the building by circulating the air and dehumidifying it, and then restoring any damaged goods, such as paper documents, microfiche, film and diskette files.
The company says that this "cost-effective service helps meet escalating legal and regulatory requirements by reducing the amount of data for discovery and speeding the process of restoring large amounts of data from backup tapes."
In 2001, Ashanti outperformed the gold sector, becoming a hot investment and restoring more than $260 million in market capitalization (e.g., shareholder value) for Ashanti and its investors.
Cole of the Pasteur Institute in Paris and his colleagues report restoring to the vaccine several M.
Salveson added, "Restoring files from a tape based system is so time consuming that users will often not attempt to recover files except in the most dire circumstances.
Restoring the propeller, spinner, cowling and the entire engine took almost eight years of devoted labor.
"Jubilee doesn't just talk about restoring economic quality but about restoring land to its inhabitants and restoring it to its health," Ms.