Restorator

Res´to`ra`tor


n.1.A restaurateur.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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According to Sulejman Dashi professor architect and restorator the product of Islamic art as a mosque masjid madrasah or churches monasteries and buildings
The VNA will use proceeds from the event for "match funding" programs such as the restorator bike program.
A place in an Auction & Commission House would be a pretty good chance & I think were you here to watch your opportunity you might in time get such a chance, perhaps you might get a situation in a restorator if you liked.
Though exercise programs differ among patients, generally 15 minutes of therapeutic exercise are prescribed twice daily with an additional 15 minutes of exercise achieved through use of a restorator, a small, portable, stationary cycle consisting of two pedals and resistance adjustment knob.
A $2,500 gift from the Auburn Foundation, administered by the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, will be used to buy 10 portable restorator bikes for a new low-impact strengthening program.
Professionals such as historians, restorators, physicians, chemists, biologists, engineers and architects should be involved with in the same time during analysis, evaluation and restoration process.
This pristine data could then be exposed with an ARRI laser to 35 mm, but not before the restorators had the opportunity to open an old can of worms.