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- n. the act of vitalizing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or process of vitalizing, or infusing the vital principle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of infusing the vital principle. Also spelled vitalisation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being vitalized and filled with life
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Electrical apparatus of the latest and most approved kinds, some of it driven and operated by steam-power, dry cupping and equalizing-treatment apparatus, "vitalization" apparatus, numerous and most ingenious rubbing and manipulating apparatus and machinery, driven by steam-power, are among the almost innumerable curative agencies that are here brought into use as aids in the cure of human ailments.
In addition to this, our method of treatment by "vitalization," and by mechanical movements and manipulations, is almost indispensable in these cases.
"vitalization," applied to the spinal muscles to strengthen the weaker and relieve the undue contraction of the stronger.
When people talk about vitalization, they tend to think about segmenting a server for multiple applications and segmenting storage for different types of storage.
With vitalization technology and hyper visors, you can take some of those devices and vitalize them.
That option exists with the improvement in networking, security and the vitalization of data centers.
The reasons have everything to do with the church's mission as the anchor of that South Chicago neighborhood, with an active role of offering transformative aide to the vitalization of the community.
Was not our own rebellion in 1776 the very movement that led to the re-vitalization of habeas corpus and the defeat of the divine right of Kings and the arbitrary power of Regency?
They are heading not for Manhattan, but for the more remote outer boroughs -- chiefly Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx -- where housing is cheaper, job opportunities abound and there are plenty of derelict neighborhoods ripe for re-vitalization.
Althouse: The demand for urban de-vitalization in Madison.