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reconstitute

(rē-kon′stĭ-toot″) [ re- + L. constituere, to set up]
1. In pharmacology, to restore a dried substance to a fluid form that can be used for injection.
2. To rebuild a substance or reservoir within the body (such as bone marrow) to a natural or a functionally healthy state.
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(This holds true for all types of herds.) And while we never, ever once even considered applying the rule to reconstituting the human population, when you build models like that, who knows to what uses they might be applied by less scrupulous practitioners?
Those who are theologically inclined might wish to claim that God is capable of pulling off the technical feat of saving persons by reconstituting new bodies for them.
Others disagree and believe the exchange is only the first step for accomplishing ultimate objective of reconstituting the stripped securities into the underlying debt instruments.
Although the technology for reconstituting milk has been available since the 1953s, reconstituted milk is used in only a few areas because of USDA policies that make it more expensive than fresh milk.
ISLAMABAD -- Another judge of the Supreme Court has declared the order of Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, who is going to doff his robes on January 17, about reconstituting a bench of the Peshawar registry in the middle of a hearing void and non-est.
'However, before Article 184(3) could be read, the Hon'ble Chief Justice intervened and said that he will be reconstituting the Bench and suddenly rose up,' wrote Justice Isa.
"The reconstituting of Pakistan Central Cotton Committee will lead the country to an unbiased and unauthentic data in the future as APTMA will manipulate cotton date according to its own wish," the sources said, adding that the government will also become helpless to fix unbiased cotton production target and release authentic date of it.
In addition, he says, other neurotransmitters besides acetylcholine become deficient in Alzheimer's patients, making anything that depends entirely on reconstituting the acetylcholine system "a flawed strategy."
He was of the opinion that this unprecedented way of reconstituting the bench undermined the integrity of the system and could have serious repercussions.