復元, 修築, 復旧, 立ち直り, 復活, 復古, 再興, 中興, 返還, 維新, 再起, 克復, 挽回, 重複, 一新
Noun(1) the reign of Charles II in England; 1660-1685(2) the act of restoring something or someone to a satisfactory state(3) getting something back again(4) the state of being restored to its former good condition(5) some artifact that has been restored or reconstructed(6) a model that represents the landscape of a former geological age or that represents and extinct animal etc.(7) the re-establishment of the British monarchy in 1660
(1) So I started asking colleagues for examples of successful salmon restoration .(2) Let us place this call for the restoration of national sovereignty in its historical context.(3) the restoration of a democratic government(4) The measure would eliminate commercial logging on federal public lands, promote restoration , and aid economically stressed logging communities.(5) In marked contrast, the current restoration of Ballyfin is an exemplary model of close attention to the demesne landscape as well as the house itself.(6) Given this, decisions about public funding for Everglades restoration will proceed with limited economic information.(7) Sadly, growth momentum can't be easily recaptured, and a costly three-year process of restoration or replanting will be required.(8) The short-lived and disastrous attempt by James II to restore catholicism to England put paid to any restoration of relations with the papacy for all but the small recusant catholic community.(9) What if largely unpredictable environmental changes create disturbances but not restoration to a previous state of equilibrium?(10) As the owner of any old house will tell you, the repair and restoration of historic buildings is never cheap as it often demands special skills and expensive materials, and can involve hidden costs.(11) The restoration of monarchies in 1814-15 heralded a wave of persecution of minorities deemed to be associated with revolution.(12) This project combines fire rehabilitation with watershed and ecosystem restoration on sites where loblolly pine has been ravaged by bugs and blight.(13) The course of the rivulet of wine, from which a Bacchante is scooping a jugful, is confused, perhaps through the deterioration of the paint or through inept restoration .(14) However, literature on North Slope wetland restoration suggests that objectives of revegetation are vague.(15) During this restoration , the inscription was found to date from a later period than the rest of the painting, and was removed, along with much of the blue paint underneath it.(16) All the indicators are that any free consultation of the community would have revealed an overwhelming consensus for a restoration of the Stuart monarchy.
2. repair ::
Different Formsrestoration, restorations
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