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Restore rdl file from SRS Server if report was deleted from Visual Studio

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I have a report that is published to our SSRS Server.  I inadvertently deleted the files from Visual Studio.  Is there a way to pull the files back from the SSRS Server into Visual Studio for modification and re-deployment?
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