Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of revitalize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. tending to impart new life and vigor to

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Examples

  • • CRA-covered lenders would invest in revitalizing or stabilizing low - or moderate-income geographies, designated disaster areas, and underserved rural areas.

    Dory Rand: A New Season for Community Investment

  • Taken directly from their website, the MSNJ program provides selected communities with technical assistance and training of proven value in revitalizing historic downtowns.

    Beachwood Downtown Revitalization and Community Involvement « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • I don't know the people involved directly, but as an accountant, one of my clients is involved in revitalizing one of the buildings and as a member of the fire department, I'm sure I can track down someone in town to talk to.

    First Soap of 2008!

  • Tribeca has been remarkably effective in revitalizing its surrounding neighborhood downtown, where construction cranes are everywhere and prices (feared to fall after 9/11) are leaping skyward with the condos, hotels and office towers.

    GreenCine Daily: Tribeca Dispatch. 2.

  • Community College on Tuesday, it was another step in revitalizing the game in inner cities, especially with African-American children.

    USATODAY.com - Baseball should wave bye to waiver deals

  • That year he convened a conference of representatives from every company, research organization, and regulatory agency that might play a role in revitalizing GA and got them to agree on a white paper supporting new, safer, easier-to-fly planes.

    Freedom of the Skies

  • It will take a lot of each of these qualities to succeed in revitalizing an economy that has, for so long, been so spare.

    Managing the Fishery

  • The United Nations Secretary-General has made clear to the Prime Minister and me that he is looking particularly to Canada for help in revitalizing the United Nations system.

    The United Nations: A Canadian Perspective

  • However, we must not overlook the citizen and we are working actively with the Kensington area and the Don Mount area in revitalizing these old parts of the city which will help to balance the huge chrome and steel edifices that will then dominate the city's skyline.

    Toronto—Boom Town of North America

  • (Why they’d charge rent to a civic non-profit who played a huge role in revitalizing downtown, I genuinely can’t imagine.)

    Waldo Jaquith - Bad urban planning: Shopping center setbacks.

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