Definitions for "Restoration"
the act or process of accurately depicting the form, features, and character of a property as it appeared at a particular period of time by means of the removal of features from other periods in its history and reconstruction of missing features from the restoration period.
In England, the period following the restoration of the monarchy in 1660. In the theatre, the period is particularly noted for witty and salacious comedies, through to William Congreve's brilliant The Way of the World in 1700.
the reign of Charles II in England; 1660-1685
The act of restoring or bringing back to a former place, station, or condition; the fact of being restored; renewal; reëstablishment; as, the restoration of friendship between enemies; the restoration of peace after war.
That which is restored or renewed.
The maintenance or recovery of original elements, structures, processes, and interactions of an ecosystem.
Keywords:  denture, tooth, topsoil, crown, bridge
Returning the land occupied by a mineral working to some agreed, useful purpose. Can also mean the replacement of any or all topsoil, subsoil or soil making material.
Any attempt, whether professional or amateur, to enhance the appearance of an aging or damaged comic book. These procedures may include any or all of the following techniques: recoloring, adding missing paper, stain, ink, dirt or tape removal, whitening, pressing out wrinkles, staple replacement, trimming, re-glossing, etc. Amateur work can lower the value of a book, and even professional restoration has now gained a certain negative aura in the modern marketplace from some quarters. In all cases, except for some simple cleaning procedures, a restored book can never be worth the same as an unrestored book in the same condition.
a man made material that is designed to replace a missing or decayed part of a natural tooth while also restoring the strength and integrity of that tooth
The elevation of fallen, sinful humanity to a state of purity and oneness with God. It takes place through three stages of purification and spiritual growth by payment of indemnity to reverse the disobedience of Adam, Eve and the Servant. Ultimately, it is achieved first by true parents and then by others who engraft into true parents' lineage. Resurrection: The process of restoring spiritual life to the spiritually dead by transforming fallen, Satan-centered life into heavenly, God-centered life. Resurrection is accomplished according to four laws:(1) it takes place through God's word, the truth; (2) it takes place in three stages: formation, growth and completion; (3) it takes place on the foundation of the physical body; and (4) it takes place according to the merits, or benefits, of the age.
The re-establishment of the ancient gospel of Jesus Christ through Joseph Smith in the latter days.
In the Latter Day Saint movement, 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. A partial list of the restored authorities is given in the table below.
Any action taken that physically intervenes with the process of coastal erosion. Restoration can involve the direct creation of new land through importing new sand and other sediments, stabilize land through the planting of wetland vegetation, or it can indirectly restore land by working with natural processes such as controlled flooding through river diversions.
operation consisting of restoring a mining site to a satisfactory condition.
The act of enhancing the condition of degraded wetlands to a level whereby certain of the functions which the system formerly provided become replaced.
Restoring a patent to protection after apparently lapsing in error.
A procedure to restore to the register a trade mark which has lapsed through failure to pay renewal fees.
The proceedings by which a patent, which has lapsed through failure to pay renewal fees, may be restored are known as restoration.
Restoration is a Canadian English language Catholic newspaper based in Combermere, Ontario, and circulated internationally. It was founded in 1947 by the famed American newspaperman Eddie Doherty and his wife, social justice activist Catherine Doherty.
pruning to recover shape and strength of damaged canopies.
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 the removal of later work or by the replacement of missing earlier work.
( restauration) the action or process of accurately revealing, recovering or representing the state of a historic place, or of an individual component, as it appeared at a particular period in its history, while protecting its heritage value.
Keywords:  reticulated, rework
Reticulated Rework
The act of altering the form or condition of an object (such as a building or artefact) to resemble its form or condition at a particular point in its history. Its aim is therefore different from conservation, although some building conservation work may include an element of restoration. where you are now
The actions taken to modify the existing material and structure of an object to represent a known earlier state. See also Conservation; Preservation.
Use for the process of making changes to an object or structure so that it will closely approximate its state at a specific time in its history. Related to conservation and preservation.
The process of upgrading an existing building; usually while attempting to keep the same general appearance of the building.
a new beginning that attempts to hide its newness
Added - 09 Thu March 2006 Restoration gives offenders the chance to make amends to their victims and/or the community.
Keywords:  standguide, nps, tps, gov, retention
The retention of materials from the most significant time in a property's history, while permitting the removal of materials from other periods. (National Park Service
Keywords:  tremain, booker, novel, prize, rose
Restoration is a novel by Rose Tremain, published in 1989. It was short listed for the Booker Prize in 1989. It was made into a movie in 1995.
Keywords:  reclamation, see
(see Reclamation).
Keywords:  bourbons, regime, france, see
France's regime 1815-1830 (see Bourbons).
Keywords:  useless, waste, trips, can't, disposal
a project best followed here in Italy and most of our clients can't manage this without wasting a lot of time and money in useless trips to Italy and difficult communications with local contractors
Actions at a waste disposal site to allow use of the site for another purpose after it has been closed to waste disposal.
Re-establishment of services, usually following the breakdown of a system, on a priority basis.
The re-establishment of a consumer's service by rerouting, substitution of parts, or some other means.
The application of cleanup technologies to eliminate existing public hazards or to render the property acceptable for reuse.
The state of being restored; recovery of health, strength, etc.; as, restoration from sickness.
the recovery of a lost or archived file
The process that removes the crystalline structure distortion caused by deformation.
Movies undergo a restoration process when negatives and prints have deteriorated over time. See Film to Tape
Keywords:  undertake, expensive, project
an expensive project to undertake
Keywords:  environmental, see
(See environmental restoration)