revitalisation love

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of revitalization.

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

  • n. bringing again into activity and prominence

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Examples

  • $5.5 million town centre revitalisation, which is already being enjoyed by residents.

    sunshinecoastdaily.com.au: The Sunshine Coast Daily

  • According to Selwyn Kahanovitz, the institute's CEO, the project was seen as the "revitalisation" of the vaccine industry in the country.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The company said it had rejected a bid for the historic building last year but was in discussions about a "revitalisation" project to bring new life to the studios.

    Music news, reviews, comment and features | guardian.co.uk

  • In the meantime, the firm is discussing 'revitalisation' of the studios with 'interested third parties'.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • Streetscape improvements to launch 'revitalisation' of Kilbirnie

    NZ On Screen

  • The company claims to have rejected a bid for the historic building last year, but is discussing a "revitalisation" project.

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  • As part of a "revitalisation" plan for Zamtel, LAP Green has committed to a five year business plan to modernise the operator and return it to sustainable growth, according to the

    ITP.net - Front Page

  • The fact they've been a way for a while before this album, and the fact they were beginning to chart lower and lower, and now to see them working with Ryan Tedder and Darren Hayes is kinda the fulfillment of the 'revitalisation' of them as a band that was always going to happen if they were going to continue in today's musical climate.

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  • "revitalisation" by seeking third party investors.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • Bookboxed – I can see a whole revitalisation of literary theory starting here, with cognitive dissonance theory (or whatever we called it) and now adultery theory!

    Wilkie Collins’ No Name « Tales from the Reading Room

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