revitalization love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of revitalizing; the state of being revitalized, or informed with fresh life and vigor.

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  • noun The act of revitalizing; reactivation

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

  • noun bringing again into activity and prominence

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Examples

  • The panel that he sits on, formally called the Reconstruction Design Council, is to submit a blueprint of the long-term revitalization plan of the tsunami-battered northeastern coast to the prime minister at the end of June.

    Building Anew Out of Tsunami's Rubble

  • The panel that he sits on, formally called the Reconstruction Design Council, is to submit a blueprint of the long-term revitalization plan of the tsunami-battered northeastern coast to the prime minister at the end of June.

    Building Anew Out of Tsunami's Rubble

  • The important role played by arts and culture in urban revitalization is well established, and is documented in the study, Creating a Cultural Destination, commissioned by the 125th Street BID in 2007, and available online at www. 125thstreetbid.com

    ‘Music’ Theme for 125th Street Banners «

  • There are definitely some cool concepts from that establishment that would be interesting to to implement in revitalization of this Chinatown.

    » Cities for People: The Melancholy of East Chinatown • Spacing Toronto • understanding the urban landscape

  • It was a politics that rejected as falsely optimistic (if not self-interested) approaches like Stephen's, which posited women's sexual consent and consent to marry as sufficiently unproblematic, and the sexes 'common interest in revitalization of Spirit as sufficiently strong, to permit immediate resolution of sex-class conflict through communal cooperation and the sacralization of feminine nurture. 47

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Semtech is attempting to execute "a long-term revitalization strategy based on acquisitions and streamlined product development methods," said the analyst.

    Semtech's New CEO A Positive For Revitalization Strategy

  • Leasing 300 of the empty units now would be a positive first step toward the long-term revitalization of Lathrop Homes, community leaders said.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • "That is the key, we think, to the long-term revitalization of racing in Maryland,"

    The Seattle Times

  • Leasing 300 of the empty units now would be a positive first step toward the long-term revitalization of Lathrop Homes, community leaders said.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • It's important for the long-term revitalization of this district that traffic (vehicular and especially foot) flows freely, because genuine urban development, which is inherently unpredictable, emerges from the contacts freely made in public space.

    New York Sun - All Articles

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