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  • verb Present participle of reanimate.

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Examples

  • Eisner has expressed interest in reanimating Disney's classic 2-D features in 3-D.

    Boing Boing: August 24, 2003 - August 30, 2003 Archives

  • Although reanimating corpses would save the trouble of finding a living Kenedy to play J.F.K. By Lobes, February 6, 2010 @ 3: 02 pm

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Again, while we wait for the Geek…

  • She was bringing me back to life, and reanimating the dead was always painful.

    Raziel

  • The first writer tasked with reanimating Bond was novelist Kingsley Amis, who commented that a writer "should be able to strike a respectable though second-rate copy of another artist," though critics questioned his facility as literary impressionist.

    You Only Live About 23 Times

  • It is not the reanimating of a corpse but the transformation of a lifeless decaying corpse into a non-coruptable body

    A California Ruling

  • For more than 40 years, official "Disney Legend" BILL JUSTICE poured his estimable talent into the House of Mouse, whether he was animating scenes in everything from "Peter Pan" to "Fantasia," or reanimating ghosts and ghouls that come electronically to life at the theme parks.

    From Peter Pan to Pirates: RIP, Disney legend BILL JUSTICE

  • She was bringing me back to life, and reanimating the dead was always painful.

    Raziel

  • If anything, postmodernism was about reanimating history.

    History, Repeating Itself

  • The first writer tasked with reanimating Bond was novelist Kingsley Amis, who commented that a writer "should be able to strike a respectable though second-rate copy of another artist," though critics questioned his facility as literary impressionist.

    You Only Live About 23 Times

  • It is not the reanimating of a corpse but the transformation of a lifeless decaying corpse into a non-coruptable body.

    A California Ruling

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