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reconditioning

The process of restoring normal cardiovascular and neuromuscular function following injury, disease, or inactivity.
See: rehabilitation
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In addition, it requires less energy to recondition a glove than to make a new one and the latex is reused rather than being discarded as waste.
These operators not only save money by having our engineers recondition their bearings, but they also benefit from immediate service on site as well as enhanced maintenance practices," said Hans Landin, Timken's director of rail.
It is important for schools to know the age of their helmets and recondition them each year to best protect athletes," said Dan Arment, president of Riddell Sports.