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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Dirt and mold is removed, tears mended, custom housing constructed, and items may be washed and deacidified.
Almost 3.5 million volumes were bound, 1 million volumes were restored through conservation treatment, 115,000 items were deacidified, and 156,000 items were placed in protective enclosures.
This is especially important where soils cannot be deacidified because of cost, remoteness, or lack of lime (see chapter 8).
I wrote the email, let it sit for half an hour, went back to it, deacidified it, and only then sent it.
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