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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reconstruct.
- adj. constructed or assembled again; rebuilt or renovated
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- adj. adapted to social or economic change
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This yearly reconstruction process leads to annual sequences of the optimal reconstructions of the retained PCs, which we term the reconstructed principal components or RPCs and denote by [,k]. [notation changed slightly]
Since 2006 We have had a residence we reconstructed from a ruin in the El Cerriilo barrio which was a disgrace to the neighborhood and we did it in in Spanish colonial style without variance from traditional Spanish architectural traditions of the Spanish enclave centered in the Jovel Valley for the past 400 plus years.
The two lives are reconstructed from a couple of TV documentaries about Andrea, extracts from The Arbor performed alfresco on the estate, and an outstanding team of actors (one of them George Costigan, who played Bob in Rita, Sue and Bob Too!) miming to tape-recorded testimony by family, friends and associates of the Dunbar family.
All wineries are on slabs, and even if they do not lose all their wine, it would be likely that some buildings will simply become unuseful because they need to be reconstructed from the ground up.
The earliest branches of the cycle have reached us only in a fragmentary way, but they can be in part reconstructed from the Latin
'reconstructed' - the method fills in missing data points, it doesn't change the data that was measured.
Tuesday that the Scorpions and the police's organised crime fighting unit would be disbanded to form a "reconstructed" unit.
No mistake -- they were the first to be "reconstructed," and did well at it too.
It related to documentation collected during the trials having to be "reconstructed" for filing with the FDA.
Discretionary Account was a "reconstructed" document drawn up by
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