restoral

[ri-stawr-uhl, -stohr-]
noun

Origin:
1605–15; restore + -al2

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The time to restore includes all time from the declaration of the failure until the restoral of the service.
Maintenance involves the repair and restoral of customer service.
Absolutely, recovery means restoral of intimacy with those who you are related to by kinship or have deep friendship with.
Where such intermediate restoral times are available, they should be included in final reports.
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