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  2. Habitat for Humanity ReStores | Habitat for Humanity

    • ReStores are independently owned and operated by local Habitat for Humanity organizations. Proceeds are used to help build strength, stability...


  3. Restore - definition of restore by The Free Dictionary

    • 1. To bring back into existence or use; reestablish: restore law and order. 2. To bring back to an original or normal condition: restore a building; restored the patient to health.


  4. Restore Synonyms, Restore Antonyms | Thesaurus.com

    • Neither will I restore to you any of the magic I have captured. Something, though not very much, has thus been done to restore the land to its ancient fertility.


  5. Restore | Definition of Restore by Merriam-Webster

    • Definition of restore. restored. ; restoring. transitive verb.
    • Examples of restore in a Sentence. The police restored law and order.



    • Use the RESTORE command to restore, validate, or preview RMAN backups. Typically, you restore backups when a media failure has damaged a current datafile, control file...


  7. Restore Point Creator – Tom's World Tech Blog

    • If you want to continue using System Restore Point Creator and get support you must update your system to Windows Vista (or newer).


  8. 3 Ways to Do a System Restore - wikiHow

    • wikiHow to Do a System Restore. Three Methods:Using System Restore in Windows Starting System Restore from the Command Prompt Accessing System Restore from Advanced Startup (Windows 8)...



    • While restoring PDBs, use RESTORE PLUGGABLE DATABASE. To restore a CDB, use RESTORE DATABASE and to restore the root, use RESTORE DATABASE ROOT.


  10. Restore | Define Restore at Dictionary.com

    • Restore definition, to bring back into existence, use, or the like; reestablish: to restore order. See more.