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- v. To wake after an extended period of sleep
- v. To reactivate or reanimate
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. awaken once again
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Specialty sleep exec expects category to 'reawaken' in next few years
The 66-year-old has said on his website that he hoped his Tel Aviv concert would "reawaken" the idea of peace.
With Cabane he hopes to reawaken in audiences that childhood desire to let imagination run free.
The solution to the crisis, he argued, was to "curb the size and influence of the Federal establishment," to "reawaken the industrial giant", and to "cut government spending and to lighten our punitive tax burden."
I would like to thank all those, such as Bruce Blair, who sought to reawaken the world to the danger of the second age of nuclear war we were entering and shook me out of my complacency sufficiently to make it my mission to try to map out the terra incognita terror incognita? of the new nuclear landscape.
At some point prices of assets will become so cheap that they will reawaken the "animal spirits" of both investors and companies.
The alternative is to hope that politicians in the U.S and Europe will introduce the fiscal and labor reforms needed to reawaken demand and investment growth.
Alternative-energy companies gained from expectations that Japan's disaster will reawaken concern about nuclear power.
It was against 10 men that Lionel Messi struck twice to reawaken the campaign for his inclusion among the all-time greats.
The battle in Wisconsin over the rights of public-sector workers holds the potential to reawaken workers across the country to demand their fair share of the economic pie.
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