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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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Often a connection between death, whether represented by the corpse, ghost, or reanimated dead, and the material at hand read as tenuous at best.
Whereas the earlier undead overlapped with ghosts and demons, these historical vampires conform to Keyworth's definition of reanimated corpses that feed on the blood of the living.
After this alcoholic aqua vitae treatment is successful at bringing the comatose stranger back to semi-consciousness, Walton then wraps him in wool blankets, places him "near the chimney of the kitchen stove," and there, "by slow degrees," Victor Frankenstein is reanimated and reborn, is rescued from the white oblivion of a hypothermic death (15).
Gatecrashing the event is the recently reanimated entertainer - stand-up comedian Ross Noble under a cake of make-up - who proceeds to carve his way through the guests.
Unwittingly, they upset the fragile spells that keep the zombies from wandering outside the wall, and they must find a way to defeat the near-indestructible reanimated corpses before the monsters reach their classmates and teachers and spread to the world beyond.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm) Nightwatchman Larry must stop a reanimated Egyptian pharaoh from taking over the world.
TODAY'S MOVIES Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian FILM OF THE DAY (Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm) Nightwatchman Larry must stop a reanimated Egyptian pharaoh from taking over the world.
rumor decades, the father of Russian stop motion was thought to be Ladislas Starevich, who reanimated dead beetles and other small critters in "The Cameraman's Revenge" and other shorts.
The Boss is the reanimated corpse of The Queen Mother.
Following a historical introduction to the practice of mummification, Frost traces the theme of reanimated mummies as far back as ancient Egypt.
A group of students are shooting a horror film when they hear reports about reanimated corpses.
And in a subtler register she has reanimated some of the tropes that were declared obsolete by progressivist theories of art history, reinstating the figure-ground opposition that modernist painting supposedly rendered null and void, and introducing exaggerated perspectival depth via whirlpool-like "holes" or abysses in the center of her canvases.