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By Sunday, electricity had been restored.
The lesson continued when order had been restored.
Every effort was made to get peace restored to the area.
Within minutes we had restored the kitchen to its former tidiness.
I'm sure you'll soon be fully restored to health.
The President was restored to power after five years in exile.
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