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Re: Conservator/Restorer Definition
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- Subject: Re: Conservator/Restorer Definition
- From: Paul Anderson <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 19 Mar 1998 10:58:02 -0500
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On Wed, 18 Mar 1998, Peter Sramek wrote:
> He wants to know what the two people would be called in
> English: I suggested a "conservator" as opposed to a "restorer".
A conservator keeps things as they are, where as a restorer works to
restore the object to it's original state. TTYL!
Paul Anderson - Self-employed Megalomaniac
"With all due respect, you, sir, have the intellect of a pickle."
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