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vi·tal·ize

(vī'tăl-īz),
To endow with vital force.
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Country: USA, Sector: IT/Online Services, HealthcareTarget: Vitalize Consulting Solutions Inc (VCS)Buyer: Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)Type: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
The visit will give us an opportunity to further vitalize our multi-faceted relationship in the new political environment.
Firms highlighted in the report include Accenture, ACS, CSC, CTGHS, Dell Perot Systems, Deloitte, IBM, Coastal, Hayes Management, Innovative Healthcare Solutions, Ingenix, maxIT Healthcare, Peer Consulting and Vitalize.
TOKYO - Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will promote movie, animated cartoon and other content businesses as a step to vitalize local economic activity, METI officials said Monday.
Made from 100% natural flavors, Tuff Guyz is a non-carbonated, electrolyte isotonic drink designed to re-hydrate, vitalize and refresh.
I fully embrace the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, and I hope to further vitalize the NIEHS by enfolding new and exciting areas of growth and development into this field.
Choose refreshing, invigorating essential oils that serve to vitalize and mobilize: rosemary and lemon, for example.
The two institutions, which mainly focus on information engineering, plan to hold exchanges between faculty members and students to vitalize research activities in line with their vision of an international networking system.