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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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In investigating the awareness of anesthesiology and reanimation specialists employed in our country regarding the prices of materials they use and the factors influencing their awareness of such, the mean percentage of accurate price estimation was 5.
Changing perception: Facial reanimation surgery improves attractiveness and decreases negative facial perception.
His death is seen as preordained only in retrospect and his resurrection is viewed in a spiritual, nonphysical sense, not as bodily reanimation.
Reanimation aims to be a "hip-hop and industrial rock-inspired interpretation" of their Grammy Award winning debut album, Hybrid Theory.
Corpses in various states of decay and reanimation," Wright says, "regularly adorned the covers.
The gain in imports in 1990 of 1,872 tons over the previous year can be attributed essentially to the reanimation of east European markets, especially in east Germany.
Contract notice:acquisition, maintenance and consumables of water treatment plant for the hemodialysis and reanimation service
Il s'agit egalement de l'installation d'une salle de reanimation et d'un centre d'hebergement des medecins travaillant a l'hopital regional ainsi que la mise en oeuvre des projets de developpement.
A la fin de cette ceremonie d'inauguration, le chef de l'Etat a visite d'autres installations, a savoir la clinique du CIC, equipee d'une unite de radiologie, d'une salle de reanimation et d'un bloc operatoire.
Reanimation methods range from static slings and nerve transfers to dynamic muscle techniques, such as regional temporalis and free gracilis transfer.
Topics of the 13 papers include management of the paralyzed brow, nerve substitutions in facial reconstruction, management of the upper eyelid complex, facial reanimation with free tissue transfer, and management of the nasal valve.