to thy master that which is his due, and enrich thyself with the remainder.
So Ojo related the sad story of Unc Nunkie's transformation into a marble statue, and told how he had set out to find the things the Crooked Magician wanted, in order to make a charm that would restore his uncle to life.
That Crooked Magician is breaking the Law by practicing magic without a license, and I'm not sure Ozma will allow him to restore your uncle to life.
Products in the new Rust-Oleum Restore
The Connecticut warehouse is one in a network of ReStores
run by Habitat for Humanity that offer used and surplus building materials at a very low price.
As communities rebuild, the grant money will help these green groups educate and involve residents, leverage funding from local and federal partners, and restore
urban tree cover.
It is essential that you protect Exchange from a total system failure and are able to restore
a complete Exchange database.
is buried deep in XP; it takes five steps to access it.
You might have restore
points dating back to the first day the machine was turned on.
isn't a backup system for your disk, it just creates "restore
points," specific dated information and data that lets it recreate the essentials of the operating environment you had at the last check point before the disaster, System Restore
replaces system files, not user files, with earlier versions, so you don't have to worry about your 10-chapter novel being rolled back to chapter three--unless it's named like a system file.
Every DPU comes bundled with Unitrends' Data Protection Software (DPS) suite, including "bare-metal," which lets administrators restore
a crashed operating system on the network in a matter of minutes, instead of the hours or days it can take with a traditional "clean" install methods.