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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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Perhaps the most essential question to begin with is why are we talking about reviving religious discourse in the first place, and to what do we owe the sudden massive interest?
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.
However, all the governments failed to realise the fact that before taking any step it was important to establish whether the measures under consideration were effective enough in reviving a sick industrial unit at all.
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.
Community, is our scarcest commodity in the 1990s, warns Mary Pipher, clinical psychologist, family therapist, and author of Reviving Ophelia, the New York Times bestseller that probes the psychological toll of growing up in today's society with a focus on the complex world of teenage girls.
Reviving Spruce Falls in 1992 comes a close second.
Special tribute will be paid to scientist and philanthropist Yossi Peleg-Billig for his instrumental role in reviving cantorial music.