RESTORATION

Definitions
of
restoration
on
the
Web:
*
the
reign
of
Charles
II
in
England;
1660-1685
*
the
act
of
restoring
something
or
someone
to
a
satisfactory
state
*
restitution:
getting
something
back
again;
"upon
the
restitution
of
the
book
to
its
rightful
owner
the
child
was
given
a
tongue
lashing"
*
renovation:
the
state
of
being
restored
to
its
former
good
condition;
"the
inn
was
a
renovation
of
a
Colonial
house"
*
some
artifact
that
has
been
restored
or
reconstructed;
"the
restoration
looked
exactly
like
the
original"
*
a
model
that
represents
the
landscape
of
a
former
geological
age
or
that
represents
and
extinct
animal
etc.
*
the
re-establishment
of
the
British
monarchy
in
1660
wordnet.princeton.edu/pe
*
Restoration
is
a
1995
film
which
tells
the
story
of
a
doctor
on
the
staff
of
King
Charles
II
of
England,
who
is
ordered
to
marry
the
King's
mistress,
but
finds
himself
falling
in
love
with
her.
It
stars
Robert
Downey
Jr.,
Sam
Neill,
David
Thewlis,
Polly
Walker,
Meg
Ryan,
Ian
McKellen,
Hugh
Grant
and
Ian
McDiarmid.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re
*
Restoration
is
a
2002
novel
by
Carol
Berg.
It
is
the
third
and
final
novel
of
the
Rai-kirah
series
of
books.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re
*
In
Mormonism,
the
Restoration
was
a
period
in
its
early
history
during
which
a
number
of
events
occurred
that
were
understood
to
be
necessary
to
restore
the
early
Christian
church
as
demonstrated
in
the
New
Testament,
and
to
prepare
the
earth
for
the
Second
Coming
of
Jesus
Christ.
In
particular,
Mormons
believe
that
heavenly
(either
resurrected
or
translated)
beings
appeared
to
Joseph
Smith,
Jr.
and
others
and
bestowed
various
Priesthood
authorities
to
them.
...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re
*
Restoration
was
a
2003
BBC
television
series
in
which
viewers
chose
which
of
the
United
Kingdom's
most
important
but
neglected
buildings
that
were
nominated
were
to
be
awarded
a
Heritage
Lottery
Grant
of
£3m.
30
buildings
were
featured
in
ten
regional
heats,
with
money
raised
from
the
telephone
vote
being
added
to
the
prize
fund.
The
winning
building
was
the
Victoria
Baths
in
Manchester,
which
it
is
hoped
will
be
fully
restored
and
open
to
the
public
ahead
of
the
building's
centenary
in
2006.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re
*
The
return
of
an
ecosystem
or
habitat
to
its
original
community
structure,
natural
complement
of
species,
and
natural
functions.
www.desertmuseum.org/inv
*
Treatment
procedures
intended
to
return
cultural
property
to
a
known
or
assumed
state,
often
through
the
addition
of
nonoriginal
material.
aic.stanford.edu/geninfo
*
reestablishing
the
character
of
an
area
such
as
a
wetland
or
forest;
cleaning
up
a
contaminated
area
according
to
specifications
established
by
the
US
Environmental
Protection
Agency.
www.wef.org/publicinfo/n
*
Re-establishment
of
wetland
and/or
other
aquatic
resource
characteristics
and
function(s)
at
a
site
where
they
have
ceased
to
exist,
or
exist
in
a
substantially
degraded
state.
www.lre.usace.army.mil/f
*
Measures
taken
to
return
a
site
to
pre-violation
conditions.
www.entrix.com/resources
*
The
returning
of
all
affected
groundwater
to
its
premining
quality
for
its
premining
use
by
employing
the
best
practical
technology.
www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/nu
*
the
act
or
process
of
accurately
recovering
the
form
and
details
of
a
property
and
its
setting
as
it
appeared
at
a
particular
period
of
time
by
means
of
removal
of
later
work
or
by
the
replacement
of
missing
earlier
work.
dmla.clan.lib.nv.us/docs
*
the
act
of
putting
something
back
to
a
prior
condition.
www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/L
*
The
renewing
or
repairing
of
a
natural
system
so
that
its
functions
and
qualities
are
comparable
to
its
original,
unaltered
state.
www.streamnet.org/pub-ed
*
Clear
glass
that
is
manufactured
to
resemble
glass
made
in
the
18
th
and
19
th
centuries.
This
glass
has
some
slight
variation
in
thickness
that
causes
some
distortion.
www.church-windows.com/g
*
The
process
of
returning
a
building
or
site
to
its
original
appearance.
www.realestatemanitoba.c
*
An
unobligated
amount
previously
withdrawn
by
administrative
action
that
is
again
made
available
for
obligation
and
outlay.
data2.itc.nps.gov/budget
*
The
process
of
upgrading
an
existing
building;
usually
while
attempting
to
keep
the
same
general
appearance
of
the
building.
commpres.env.state.ma.us
*
Make
physical
changes
in
a
destroyed
or
impaired
habitat
that
returns
a
site
to
the
type
of
habitat
it
was
prior
to
human
made
impacts.
www.estuaries.gov/glossa
*
The
goal
of
a
natural
resource
damage
assessment,
which
involves
rehabilitating,
replacing,
or
acquiring
the
equivalent
of
injured
natural
resources
and
the
services
they
provided.
Restoration
includes
both
primary
and
compensatory
restoration
projects.
www.darp.noaa.gov/glossa
*
the
manipulation
of
the
physical,
chemical,
or
biological
characteristics
of
a
site
with
the
goal
of
returning
natural/historic
functions
to
former
or
degraded
wetland.
For
the
purpose
of
tracking
net
gains
in
wetland
acres,
restoration
is
divided
into:
www.epa.gov/owow/wetland
*
bringing
back
to
an
original
state
www.chias.org/www/edu/cs
*
The
process
of
cleaning
and
studying
an
artifact
and
attempting
to
return
it
to
its
original
form
(before
it
was
buried).
www.digonsite.com/glossa
*
Returning
degraded
areas
to
an
approximation
of
the
original
condition
by
repairing
degradation,
involving
activities
such
as
removing
introduced
species,
revegetation
with
local
provenance
species.
www.abc.net.au/learn/sil
*
Restoring
a
patent
to
protection
after
apparently
lapsing
in
error.
www.bl.uk/collections/pa
*
An
item
a
dentist
uses
to
restore
the
normal
function
of
a
tooth
or
an
area
in
the
mouth.
It
can
be
a
filling,
a
crown,
a
bridge,
etc.
www.dentistonweb.com/wis
*
The
act
of
returning
an
environment
to
conditions
which
it
naturally
had
at
some
time
in
the
past.
www.co.pima.az.us/cmo/sd
*
Improving
or
replacing
habitat
that
is
injured.
Usually
follows
remediation.
mapping.orr.noaa.gov/web
*
Repair
and
display
of
maritime
artifacts.
www.reefed.edu.au/glossa
*
altering
an
area
in
such
a
way
as
to
reestablish
an
ecosystem’s
structure
and
function,
usually
bringing
it
back
to
its
original
(pre-disturbance)
state
or
to
a
healthy
state
close
to
the
original.
www.nps.gov/plants/resto

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