restorative

Definitions

  • Restoration House
    Restoration House
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj restorative promoting recuperation "recuperative powers","strongly recuperative remedies","restorative effects of exercise"
    • adj restorative tending to impart new life and vigor to "the renewing warmth of the sunshine"
    • n restorative a device for treating injury or disease
    • n restorative a medicine that strengthens and invigorates
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Additional illustrations & photos:

The Vines and Restoration House The Vines and Restoration House
Restoration House, Rochester, as it appeared in Dickens's time Restoration House, Rochester, as it appeared in Dickens's time
The pewter spoon handle at the top, unearthed at Jamestown, is the oldest dated piece of American pewter in existence. It was made by Joseph Copeland of Chuckatuck, Va., in 1675. The spoon on the bottom is a conjectural restoration of Copeland’s specimen The pewter spoon handle at the top, unearthed at Jamestown, is the oldest dated piece of American pewter in...
THE SHUNAMMITE'S SON RESTORED THE SHUNAMMITE'S SON RESTORED
Restoration of Allosaurus by C.R. Knight Restoration of Allosaurus by C.R. Knight
Restoration of Ornitholestes Restoration of Ornitholestes
Restoration of Brontosaurus by C.R. Knight, under direction of Professor Osborn Restoration of Brontosaurus by C.R. Knight, under direction of Professor Osborn
Restoration of the Duck-billed Dinosaur Trachodon Restoration of the Duck-billed Dinosaur Trachodon

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Boredom can lead to madness in parrots. When caged by themselves and neglected for long periods of time, these intelligent, sociable birds can easily become mentally ill. Many inflict wounds upon themselves, develop strange tics, and rip out their own feathers. The birds need constant interaction, affection, and mental stimulation; some bird authorities have determined that some parrot breeds have the mental abilities of a 5-year-old human child. Should a neglected parrot go mad, there is little that can be done to restore it to normalcy. In England, there are "mental institutions" for such unfortunate creatures.
    • a Restorative Of or pertaining to restoration; having power to restore. "Destroys life's enemy,
      Hunger, with sweet restorative delight."
    • n Restorative Something which serves to restore; especially, a restorative medicine.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • restorative Pertaining to restoration; specifically, capable of restoring or renewing vitality or strength.
    • n restorative That which is efficacious in restoring vigor; a food, cordial, or medicine which recruits the vital powers.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Restorative able or tending to restore, esp. to strength and vigour
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Quotations

  • Jose Ortega Y Gasset
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    “Were art to redeem man, it could do so only by saving him from the seriousness of life and restoring him to an unexpected boyishness.”
  • Alexander Pope
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    “Lo! thy dread empire, Chaos! is restored; dies before thy uncreating word: thy hand, great Anarch! lets the curtain fall; and universal darkness buries all.”
  • Louis Cassels
    Louis Cassels
    “In confession... we open our lives to healing, reconciling, restoring, uplifting grace of him who loves us in spite of what we are.”
  • Salvador Dali
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    “We are all hungry and thirsty for concrete images. Abstract art will have been good for one thing: to restore its exact virginity to figurative art.”
  • Adam Smith
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    “The mind is so rarely disturbed, but that the company of friend will restore it to some degree of tranquility and sedateness.”
  • Leigh Hunt
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    “Night's deepest gloom is but a calm; that soothes the weary mind: The labored days restoring balm; the comfort of mankind.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. restoratif,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. restaurer—L. restaurāre, -ātumre-, again, root stāre, to stand.

Usage

In literature:

Consider that the Restoration, with the reigns of Louis XVIII.
"Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century" by Various
The grateful Henry restored Berwick to the Scots, who could not hold it long.
"A Short History of Scotland" by Andrew Lang
Owing to this distribution of official justice a partial calm was restored, and the charge of Mrs. Mulroony was opened in form.
"The Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles Of Ballytrain The Works of William Carleton, Volume One" by William Carleton
He found Austria in a state of disorder, and he has restored it to tranquillity.
"The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power" by John S. C. Abbott
West Indies, and may be restored by these precious missionaries.
"The Power of Faith" by Isabella Graham
Ezra-Mal.-From the restoration to the birth of Christ.
"The Bible Book by Book" by Josiah Blake Tidwell
See Romulus the great, born to restore The crown that once his injured grandsire wore.
"Pinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmith's History of Rome" by Oliver Goldsmith
At the restoration he was again promoted in the service of King Charles II.
"The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753)" by Theophilus Cibber
It was the business of this company to restore peace and unity to the city.
"Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa" by Edward Hutton
THE RULE OF MONTFORT AND THE ROYALIST RESTORATION.
"The History of England" by T.F. Tout
Order by the Durbar, that Rughbur Sing be directed to restrain his soldiers and restore the ornaments.
"A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II" by William Sleeman
Hezekiah's efforts for the restoration of the true religion were vigorous and for the time successful.
"Companion to the Bible" by E. P. Barrows
He had only insisted upon the principal matters, and restored spiritual jurisdiction entirely to the bishops.
"The Life of Philip Melanchthon" by Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
They are all more or less injured, but being very nearly, word for word, the same, they can to some extent be restored.
"Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon" by Austen H. Layard
Is not every true and deep regret a prophecy of restoration?
"Expositor's Bible: The Song of Solomon" by Walter Adeney
Zerubbabel and Jeshua are commissioned to restore the sacrifices and rebuild the temple at Jerusalem.
"Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther" by Walter Adeney
He restores the dead to life, and cures the sick of all manner of diseases.
"Curiosities of Christian History" by Croake James
Mary restores the Mass.
"A Student's History of England, v. 2 (of 3)" by Samuel Rawson Gardiner
The submission of Virginia was for the time only, and at the restoration of Charles II.
"The History of the Thirteen Colonies of North America 1497-1763" by Reginald W. Jeffery
Restored to his benefice at the Restoration, King died at Chichester on the 30th of September 1669.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 7" by Various
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In poetry:

Fancy, so active in the gloom,
Till some one enters in the room,
Can all the images of home
Restore.
"Vignette - XVIII" by Matilda Betham
Oh could I but enfold her
Unto my heart once more,
If aught could e'er restore me
My darling as before;
"Rutha" by Hattie Howard
And Earth, in harmony
With all the Heavens, shall be
Christ's Heritage restored,
The Kingdom of our Lord!
"Of Death And Life" by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
Her to herself his words restore,
The radiance to the day;
A horror to herself no more,
Not yet a cast-away!
"The Woman That Was A Sinner" by George MacDonald
That which is lost, we cannot
Restore to any one—
But Truth and Right must triumph,
And Justice must be done!
"The Spirits for Good" by Henry Lawson
O take these barres, these lengths away:
Turn, and restore me:
Be not Almightie, let me say,
Against, but for me.
"The Search" by George Herbert

In news:

Two years after dismantling applied econ program likely to be restored to ag division.
You already know SERVPRO® of Southwest Lubbock is the leader in fire and water restoration services.
The Pentagon has begun an airlift of 69 vehicles from California to help restore power in New York and New Jersey in the wake of superstorm Sandy.
The electricity has been restored for 7,000 Entergy New Orleans customers who lost power on Saturday.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art exhibit aims to restore the legacy of painter Colleen Browning.
Some of the equipment in Bucky Boyle Playground has been recently restored.
NEW YORK – New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has agreed to restore a service revolver to one of the four officers involved in the shooting of unarmed African immigrant Amadou Diallo 13 years ago.
When not getting his hands dirty in the soil, the Bay Gardener keeps busy restoring old boats and making new ones.
Sturgeon glue, which is used in painting restoration, is made from the bladders of sturgeon, which are endangered, and is imported from Russia, which can mean problems with customs.
Leo Collins on Wednesday looks over the 1822 log home that he is restoring in Anderson County.
Restoring a 1971 C-10 in memory of the original owner.
Raising money to restore the Cash family home.
CO-OP Shared Branching Working to Help Restore Service.
They advertise Fast Brite as an auto headlight restorer kit.
Honoree Serge Bromberg shows a restoration copy of a recently discovered silent film to David Shepard and Howie Movschovitz at the opening night gala.
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In science:

Moreover in the same range of temperatures one expects the restoration of chiral symmetry, whose spontaneous breakdown is known to play a key role in the mass spectroscopy of zero density QCD [4, 5].
Enforced neutrality and color-flavor unlocking in the three-flavor Polyakov-loop NJL model
There are different effective models which provide simple descriptions of chiral symmetry restoration at finite temperature and density; the Nambu-Jona Lasinio (NJL) model is one of them [4, 5, 8, 9].
Enforced neutrality and color-flavor unlocking in the three-flavor Polyakov-loop NJL model
The inclusion of the Polyakov loop dynamics into the NJL model was first done by Fukushima in order to study the relation between chiral restoration and deconfinement.
Enforced neutrality and color-flavor unlocking in the three-flavor Polyakov-loop NJL model
This definition partially restores the broken symmetry between archimedean and non-archimedean valuations.
Global analytic geometry
Namely, in the classical limit not only the metric and connection emerge but also some of the differential forms could keep (or restore) certain dynamical effect in the classical limit.
Transition to Zero Cosmological Constant and Phantom Dark Energy as Solutions Involving Change of Orientation of Space-Time Manifold
VI we study a (generically broken) intrinsic TMT symmetry which is restored in the ground states; the relation of this symmetry restoration to the old CC problem is also analyzed; a discussion of this effect is continued in Sec.
Transition to Zero Cosmological Constant and Phantom Dark Energy as Solutions Involving Change of Orientation of Space-Time Manifold
The surprising result we have discovered here on the basis of a number of models is that the GES is restored in the course of transitions to the ground state in all models considered.
Transition to Zero Cosmological Constant and Phantom Dark Energy as Solutions Involving Change of Orientation of Space-Time Manifold
Hence its subgroup of the sign inversions of gµν and Φ, Eq.(39), is also restored.
Transition to Zero Cosmological Constant and Phantom Dark Energy as Solutions Involving Change of Orientation of Space-Time Manifold
We also show that the timeordered perturbation theory arising from the Hamiltonian formulation of noncommutative quantum field theories remains inequivalent to the covariant perturbation theory with usual Feynman rules even after restoration of Lorentz symmetry.
On general properties of Lorentz invariant formulation of noncommutative quantum field theory
As a result the unitarity is restored more efficiently for GV moderately above v/√3, so that the linear term enters with a small negative coefficient and compensates for the logarithmic growth.
Heavy Vectors in Higgs-less models
Speck, T., Seifert, U: Restoring a fluctuation-dissipation theorem in a nonequilibrium steady state.
Fluctuation relations in simple examples of non-equilibrium steady states
Unitary invariance is restored by integrating the constraining condition Qq δ(hBq |H i) over the unitary group, see Section II.B.
Random Matrices and Chaos in Nuclear Physics
However, for p < 1 this conservation rule does not hold and ergodicity is restored.
Parameters of Pseudo-Random Quantum Circuits
Note that the velocity components in the tetrad system, v (i) , have units of meters per second once the physical units are restored.
On aberration in gravitational lensing
Within this well de fined frame-work, the correct pre-factor ∼ (1 + zd ) for the Einstein ring is restored.
On aberration in gravitational lensing
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