from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of reanimating; a second or subsequent animation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or operation of reanimating, or the state of being reanimated; reinvigoration; revival.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or operation of reanimating, or reviving from apparent death; the act or operation of giving fresh spirits, courage, or vigor; the state of being reanimated.
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The reason for this reanimation is only sketchily handled by Romero, which was a good call at the time because it contributed to the sheer horror of the concept.
Mr. Charles knew that zombie reanimation is not as much a science as an art, involviing the spiritual status of the spellcaster as well as the raw ingredients of the goat.
Being a horror fan, there was the obvious association between the word reanimation and the undead and so it was decided that the 'dead process' of reanimation should be resurrected through the subject of a zombie film.
Happy Harry made a terrific "reanimation" of The Watchmen as if it was a Saturday morning cartoon.
Jordan Randall typed the ID number of the requested skin sample into the lab's main database, then imported the DNA sequence data from the sample into the RES-5000 3-D computer graphics "reanimation" system.
The word "reanimation" isn't used in the blasted book of campaign clich-s (a tome second only to the Necronomicon on the sorcerer must-have list) because of grave-robbing connotations.
He had long been studying five or six great questions in physiology, such as reanimation, spontaneous generation and the topics connected with them.
In one season alone, there have been plane crashes, elevator shaft explosions, kidnappings, super-sized cold viruses, and "reanimation" of dead ex-boyfriends.
Where can i download linkin park's entire 'reanimation' album for free?
The word "reanimation" isn't used in the blasted book of campaign clichés (a tome second only to the