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build again

cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically

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return to its original or usable and functioning condition

do over, as of (part of) a house

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THE IRS PERMITS A TAXPAYER WHO CAN PROVE records were destroyed by fire, flood or earthquake--or even in a nonnatural casualty such as theft or loss--to reconstruct those records under most circumstances.
Buzzard, "the carrier of the ostracizing power of white discourse, the trope which declares the otherness of the black" (Nielsen 117), does not simply assert black inferiority but reconstructs and reaffirms the mutually exclusive mythic realms "white" and "black" must inhabit in order to sustain five hundred years of radical inequity.
Not when you go to bed every night knowing there is a soldier or child in the Middle East who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and desperately needs the gift you possessed to reconstruct their faces.
The betrayal of generations of her own biological family by her putative social family led Jacobs to reconstruct in her own mind what sense of familial alliance was plausible and liberating.
Skin and fat from the lower abdomen are used to reconstruct the breast.
Tenders are invited for 1 LS of traffic control; 21 EA of reconstruct catch basin; 32 EA of reconstruct valve box; 38 EA of reconstruct manhole; 225 FT of remove guardrail; 3 CY of loose riprap; 80 FT of 18" irrigation/storm drain, class C, smooth; 150 FT of 18" - reinforced concrete pipe, irrigation/storm drain, class C; 2 EA of concrete drainage structure 3 FT to 5 FT deep - CB 9; 4" pavement marking tape - white; 30 EA of reconstruct pedestrian access ramp; 45 SF of concrete sidewalk; wood fiber mulch; etc.
In time, doctors will work to reconstruct her badly scarred chest.
You could burn your diary, but physicists will tell you that--at least in theory--the ash, carbon dioxide, and other products of the combustion provide all the information needed to reconstruct every page.
It becomes impossible to reconstruct the event with any precision: Leve aims, on the contrary, to expand meaning, to charge these images, seen a hundred times in the press, with visibility.
It is imperative that the portion of the skin flap that is used to reconstruct the soft palate is harvested with great redundancy to ensure that there is a broad area of contact between the folded free edge of the flap and the posterior pharyngeal wall.
Ginzburg's challenge -- to reconstruct a fragment of that culture in order to understand our own -- has been met brilliantly by Sara Nalle in her study of an early modern Spanish farmer and wool carder.
New items are generally excluded because of the administrative cost to reconstruct or otherwise establish a base-year cost.
Tenders are invited for Work includes 1 LS of maintenance of traffic; 4 LS of reconstruct catch basin; 1 LS of reconstruct cleanout box; reconstruct meter box; 2 EA of reconstruct meter box; 9 EA of reconstruct valve box; 26 EA of reconstruct manhole; 30 FT of remove concrete curb and gutter; 805 FT of remove precast concrete barrier; 20 FT of 15" - reinforced concrete pipe, irrigation/storm drain, class C; 2,275 SY of asphalt pavement soft spot repair - type A (contingency item); 46,289 FT of 4" pavement marking tape - white; 21 EA of reconstruct pedestrian access ramp; 1,13,533 SY of rotomilling - 4"; etc.
A $22 million project to reconstruct State Route 201 in the Village of Johnson City, Broome County, will begin this spring.
Looking carefully at the clippings, one could imagine the moment of the cut and, moving backward, mentally reconstruct the drawing of the outlines for the construction of a model--a pilaster is rectangular, a wall is linear, an open door is a semicircle, and so on.