Sadly, growth momentum can't be easily recaptured, and a costly three-year process of restoration or replanting will be required.
The measure would eliminate commercial logging on federal public lands, promote restoration , and aid economically stressed logging communities.
Now the sentiment behind the hymn - the restoration of the Fatherland - had again become relevant.
Mr. Charles R. Knight, well known from his restoration of extinct animal life and models at the Museum of Natural History. has rendered the two heads of the African elephant and rhinoceros that form the main to the north entrance.
I will continue to campaign for the restoration of the independent circumstances allowance, and work towards a living allowance for all students.
Veteran book publishers demanded a restoration of their former rights and privileges.
The restoration of the monarchy in 1660 could be seen as proof that, as kings had always argued, it was the bulwark against anarchy or despotism.
Royalists believed that it would smooth the way towards a restoration , and to hasten the moment, they favoured a conciliatory approach to both Austria and Great Britain.
His son succeeded him, but Richard Cromwell was not a strong ruler, and almost immediately the royalists began to work for a restoration of the Stuarts.
When the Roosevelt administration took us off the gold standard in 1933, the bulk of the nation's economists opposed the move and advocated its speedy restoration .