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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.
00pm) Nightwatchman Larry must stop a reanimated Egyptian pharaoh from taking over the world.
Following a historical introduction to the practice of mummification, Frost traces the theme of reanimated mummies as far back as ancient Egypt.
I believe Chapter will emerge from the builder's hoardings thoroughly reinvigorated and reanimated to inspire future generations of artists, audiences and users.
In a nutshell: The original zombie master returns with the smartest, scariest and best-looking living-dead chiller since he reanimated his first corpse in 1968.
The game starts a little slowly as you get the controls sorted, but from then on it's fast-paced action as you battle against a variety of phantoms, demons and reanimated puppets.
Death has claimed Jeremiah's four siblings, all of whom have been reanimated and now intend to slay their living brother, the last of the family.
After accidentally causing a clown's death at his birthday, Tom (Tommy Knight) and his pals gather 10 years later to celebrate his twentieth - a shindig that's gatecrashed by the recently reanimated entertainer (played by Brit stand-up star Ross Noble).
U5(4) The Cabin In The Woods FIVE teenagers, including Chris "Thor" Hemsworth, take a vacation in an old cabin in remote woods and before you can say Evil Dead II, are being terrorised by reanimated corpses.
In the novel "Extra Innings" Ted Williams is reanimated in the year 2092 and the world, including baseball, is vastly changed.
He said today: "I believe Chapter will emerge from the builder's hoardings thoroughly reinvigorated and reanimated to inspire future generations of artists, audiences and users.
Sengoku contains comic book violence, hop for imagery (blood, screaming skulls, reanimated corpses) and vulgarity (only one page, but Masayoshi says the s-bomb about ten times).