reinvigoration love


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The act or action of reinvigorating.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A strengthening anew; reinforcement.


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  • The third pillar of our foreign policy approach is the one I will focus on this evening, namely the reinvigoration of

    A New Era of Engagement with the World - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • I say "reinvigoration" because substantive due care has long been considered a moribund doctrine, but this new duty of good faith could have legs.

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

  • And here was Kennedy -- John Kennedy -- it looked as though we were going to have that kind of reinvigoration, if you will, of New Deal governmental activism.

    Energy in the Executive: The Case for a Strong Presidency

  • The SOJA can lead the way to that kind of reinvigoration of our Jewish organizations.

    Aish Weekly Articles

  • The panelists agreed that recent moves indicate "reinvigoration" of the former Clinton policies, whereby then-secretary of state Madeleine Albright worked assiduously to go to war on behalf of Kosovo.

    Toronto Sun

  • And it's the same Obama who, in the same 2008 interview about media consolidation, said, "There is a clear need in this country for the reinvigoration of antitrust enforcement. ... to step up review of merger activity and take effective action to stop or restructure those mergers that are likely to harm consumer welfare."

    Josh Silver: Comcastrophe: Comcast/NBC Merger Approved

  • A seismic shift in Washington is a prerequisite for the reinvigoration of equity markets.

    Equity Markets Need a Seismic Shift in Washington

  • In the Gallup-JoongAng poll, 25% of respondents said the top priority for the next South Korean president should be "recovery and reinvigoration of the economy," 17% said the top priority should be "stabilization of consumer prices" and 13% said "job creation."

    South Korean Voters Focused on Economy

  • The smart thing, he urges, would be for the nation to have a debate about ways to shift money from ever-increasing "health" expenditures "toward programs that spark reinvigoration."

    Chris Norwood: Can a "Health" System Kill a Country?

  • Either way, the up-shot was that Horror became the unloved step-child of the genre family and despite the creation of the paranormal romance genre and the recent reinvigoration of Dark Fantasy and Horror as a whole, that taint remains.

    March 2010


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