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Restoring a subsite in SharePoint 2007

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Ì have done a restore of a content database from which i want to restore a subsite.
I have connected the content db up to a test web application and can see the deleted site.
I am now not sure of best approach to restore this site. I have thought of saving as template (with content) but the site is too big. I also don't believe this would have been the best approach. Any ideas ?
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