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Dirt and mold is removed, tears mended, custom housing constructed, and items may be washed and deacidified.
From Pen and Paper to 011010 « Fondly, Pennsylvania: Notes from Archives and Conservation 2010
Almost 3.5 million volumes were bound, 1 million volumes were restored through conservation treatment, 115,000 items were deacidified, and 156,000 items were placed in protective enclosures.
'The Great Book Massacre': An Exchange Baker, Shirley K. 2002
This is especially important where soils cannot be deacidified because of cost, remoteness, or lack of lime (see chapter 8).
3 Triticale Today 1989
I wrote the email, let it sit for half an hour, went back to it, deacidified it, and only then sent it.
Caveat Lector 2009
9 P. 84. — * That difpofition, which has been the ruling mark of our atrial pbihftpbers, is, to make it a point not to name Dr. Harring - ton* What does Mr. Rirwan do? he does not make or call this air dephlogilticated, but calls it deacidified. —
The Monthly Review 1791
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