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The act of building something again.
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  1. The act of building something again.
The process of rehabilitating something.
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  1. The process of rehabilitating something.
  2. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance.
The period between the crowning of Charles II and the Revolution of 1688.
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  1. The period between the crowning of Charles II and the Revolution of 1688.
  2. An instance of restoring or of being restored:
  3. A restoring or being restored
A meeting or series of meetings for the purpose of reawakening religious faith, often characterized by impassioned preaching and public testimony.
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  1. A meeting or series of meetings for the purpose of reawakening religious faith, often characterized by impassioned preaching and public testimony.
  2. A time of reawakened interest in religion.
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence:
The act of redeeming or the condition of having been redeemed.
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  1. The act of redeeming or the condition of having been redeemed.
  2. The payment of an obligation, as a government's payment of the value of its bonds.
  3. Deliverance upon payment of ransom; rescue.
Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
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  1. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
  2. A reawakening; renaissance; revival
  3. Revival, reinvigoration.
A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy. A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy.
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  1. A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy. A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy.
  2. A reforming or being reformed
  3. A 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of the Protestant churches.
A converting or being converted
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  1. A converting or being converted
  2. (Math.) A change in the form of a quantity, a unit, or an expression without a change in the value
  3. A change from lack of faith to religious belief; adoption of a religion
A renaissance; a revival:
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  1. A renaissance; a revival:
  2. Spiritual renewal.
  3. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
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