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revive

(rĭ-vīv′)
v. re·vived, re·viving, re·vives
v.tr.
To bring back to life or consciousness; resuscitate: revived the passenger who fainted.

re·viv′a·ble adj.
re·viv′er n.
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If reviving religious discourse is approached as a response to a politically motivated executive order, then it is highly unlikely that any tangible result will ever be reached.
From the very first day I have been looking at reviving cricketing ties between the two countries and I must say that the BCCI has been really accommodative and this wouldn't have been possible on my own or if only the PCB showed interest.
Austrian doctor's verbal orders of not reviving the patient.
She added that the Cultural Partnership Project for Reviving Heritage concentrates on the historical regions outside Damascus old wall through reviving them and documenting their historical importance.
I also want to set up a committee to see about reviving the club to meet in the afternoons, rather than the evenings as happened before.
The monarch has called on Washington to concentrate on reviving the peace p rocess.
While all sorts of issues might organize such a discussion, including reviving some earlier debates about the role of narrative and modes of presentation in the field or the question of appropriate periodization, four topics commanded greatest attention: the question of social history and choice of geographic units of study; the ongoing analysis of power and the relationship between social history and politics; revived concerns about social structure and inequality; and the relationship between social history and teaching/reaching wider publics.
As a Joffrey dancer McKenzie learned to love these ballets, and in reviving them, he pays tribute to Robert Joffrey, who conjured them to life.
But the order fell short of reviving the 13 bus lines the BRU sought.
Any hope of reviving the instrument, he says, would require a repair mission to the telescope.
We're not totally out of the woods yet, but tenants have finally stopped shedding space--and in a few instances have even taken sublease space back off the market--representing a first step towards reviving demand and a sign of good things to come," reports Studley's New Jersey Branch Manager George J.