revivification


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re·viv·i·fi·ca·tion

(rē-viv'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
1. Renewal of life and strength. Synonym(s): revivescence
2. Refreshening the edges of a wound by paring or scraping to promote healing. Synonym(s): vivification
[L. re-, again, + vivo, to live, + facio, to make]

re·viv·i·fi·ca·tion

(rē-viv'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
1. Renewal of life and strength.
2. Refreshening the edges of a wound by paring or scraping to promote healing.
Synonym(s): vivification.
[L. re-, again, + vivo, to live, + facio, to make]

revivification

(rē-vĭv″ĭ-fĭ-kā′shŭn) [L. re, again, + vivere, to live, + facere, to make]
1. An attempt to restore life to those apparently dead; restoration to life or consciousness; also the restoration of life in local parts, as a limb after freezing.
2. The pairing of surfaces to facilitate healing, as in a wound.

re·viv·i·fi·ca·tion

(rē-viv'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
Refreshening edges of a wound by paring or scraping to promote healing.
[L. re-, again, + vivo, to live, + facio, to make]
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This trick film leverages some of its meaning from the medieval reliquary, where the fantasy of revivification always threatens to disrupt the arm's pious stasis.
As a result, classical metaphysics which thus confuses God and being, must be considered dead and without hope of revivification.
The notion that what we are about in this sacred enterprise is the revivification of a cadaverous text is not only presumptuous, but tends to affect the performance adversely.
Alex Katz has created a unique style of revivification, injecting energy into otherwise static images.
To them, the action of renewal and revivification is so habitual that they accept it as the norm: the convulsion was too completely environmental to be noticeable as such.
2010), on peut voir ici a quel point les etudes africaines constituent un lieu d'inspiration pour une revivification des etudes de l'oralite en France (voir, par exemple, Baumgardt et Derive 2008, dont on trouve un compte rendu dans le volume), mais aussi en Angleterre (Barber 2007; Furniss 2004; Finnegan 2007, dont on trouve egalement un compte rendu).
Le recueil de poemes de 1946, In den Wohnungen des Todes (Dans les demeures de la mort), est place sous le signe d'une tension entre restauration et resignation, pardon et impossibilite de reconciliation, revivification poetique en deuil traumatique d'une perte irreparable contrebalance, il est vrai, par des manifestations d'espoir messianique.
If you were to write a line of poetry that is remembered for all eternity, even though you yourself were forgotten, that line may revivify you every time someone speaks it, but you do not need to have written that line or any other to achieve revivification, for you are similarly revivified whenever anyone has any perception at all that formed a part of the bundle of perceptions that you once were.
He was, early on, peripherally associated with the poets who were attempting a revivification of the art through the employment of what was then called the Deep Image--Robert Kelly and Jerome Rothenberg foremost among them--but attention to his work revealed that his association with them was more a matter of friendship and geography than it was a matter of aesthetics.
Heartstone has many of these, including the literal dredging of a body up from the past, yet the novel is still lacking in punch and feels a bit tired, or at least in need of revivification.
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