from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See vitalization, etc.
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- n. the state of being vitalized and filled with life
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Such powerful winds of change provided the climate for the (re) vitalisation of many other social, political, and cultural movements, including feminism.
The germ is an aggregate containing, in a very high state of vitalisation, all the atomic types that will enter into the tissues of the form it has to build up.
The telling of a story well so depends on being thoroughly vitalised that, naturally, habitual telling had resulted in habitual vitalisation.
Nervana, but to higher complexities of vitalisation, to a more complete and harmonious rhythm of individual existence.
Mr. Karat said that as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for a record 23 years, Mr. Basu's contributions were land reforms, which gave land and security of tenure to millions of peasants, the vitalisation of panchayat institutions, and the creation of an enduring atmosphere of secularism in the State.
It would manage Xerox's data centre hosting and migration, vitalisation, consolidation and storage architecture services across North America and Europe, the firm said in a statement.
The re-launch of Barrio Adentro has begun, the most powerful and effective re-vitalisation, especially in Barrio Adentro I, because that's where the revision and rectification process detected the biggest problems.
"As the chief minister of West Bengal for a record 23 years, his lasting contributions were land reforms, which gave land and security of tenure to millions of peasants, the vitalisation of panchayat institutions and the creation of an enduring atmosphere of secularism in the state.