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- v. Present participle of revive.
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- Returning or restoring to life or vigor; reanimating.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tending to impart new life and vigor to
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In the AP interview, he said he has no interest in reviving the program and instead would focus on alternative sentencing programs to reduce the prison population.
As you will see from their website, they specialise in reviving British films that are so obscure that even I have never heard of them.
They saw potential in reviving a technology used a century ago at the dawn of the auto age, then soon abandoned for cars.
I cannot thank you enough Ladia Lydia for again reviving our sence of what is right and good in this world.
Since they represent the public sector, they are not that interested in reviving the market economy.
I believe that it might be useful in reviving the term, perhaps as you suggest as a stalking horse in divesting the Federal Government of its enormous power.
Maybe instead of letting someone who has NEVER run a company before running this country we allow someone who has tremendous experience in reviving failing businesses ...
This project has been helpful in reviving the economy and building economic institutions in Jenin and improving realities on the ground.
One of the best bits of the Victorian era that steampunk has gently been reviving is the manners and the politeness.
The culminating event in reviving Murano glassblowing was the exhibition set up by the Archive in 1864 to display all the recent glass works and reignite competitive spirit among the craftsmen.