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reanimate

(rē-ăn′ĭ-māt) [L. re, again, + animare, fill with life]
To reactivate, restore to life, revive, or resuscitate.
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Death, rather than acting as an end point, becomes the point of origin for the narra-tive itself "so that the scenes of death become sites for reanimating the dead and recovering meaning" (199).
Washington, Jan 18 (ANI): A new study reports a procedure involving only one small incision and no major modifications that appears helpful in reanimating the lower face after paralysis.
For those who prefer a privilege more permanent than a marquee credit, a second auction offers the winning bidder an engraved tombstone in the cemetery where aliens are reanimating earth's dead.
Martin's earlier films, such as In the Palace, 2000, and Birds, 2001, were concerned with reanimating the universalist language of European modernism's first avant-garde, whose tropes of artifice, color, form, and abstraction gestured toward an emancipatory unification of art and life.
Called Reanimating the Waterfront, the project will exhibit outside the university from September 1-4,and September 8-12 at the ECHO'S Old Hall Street building.