- v. present participle of resurrect.
“My loving mother was kind enough to lend me the money you see, I come from a long line of people who believe in resurrecting the economy; crazy, I know.”
“Thank you Andy Turlington, for your selfless work in resurrecting the Events schedule after it was abandoned by Mr. Mattes.”
“Persephone Books is playing a role in resurrecting the work of this very astute American.”
“Apparently the NBC-Universal is interested in resurrecting the spin-off Caprica series.”
“One of the difficulties in resurrecting classical reactionary thought is that when this idea was expressed in the 17th century, it came out in the form of theology.”
“If she make an exit too soon, she will not be able to manipulate people into paying off her debt by donating to a failed campaign with the only chance of resurrecting is to change the rules at the end of the game. marissa”
“[T] he influence of postmodernism was a major factor in resurrecting the American horror film during the last decade, and it continues to play a vital (and controversial) role.”
“The campaign tried to expand the power of his name by resurrecting his middle name—Tyler—after realizing he was related to the tenth president of the United States, John Tyler.”
“Steve Will, former leader of the Snowbirds aerobatic team and a CF-18 squadron commander, credits Tim Leslie with the idea of resurrecting a Sabre as a centennial project.”
“The topic of cloning tends to elicit strong feelings, whether you're for or against the idea of resurrecting fuzzy sheep, favorite pets, or”
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