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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 such a way, just like Victor, Walton constructs, indeed reanimates, his "creature" in a closed and private chamber, doing all of the intimate labor himself by the dim light of oil and candle: feeding, attending, massaging, soothing.
In the end, Victor Frankenstein, the original reanimator, saves the very man who reanimates him--if only for a few short weeks--with the precious spark of life.
There are the digital soundscapes of England's Mad Professor, whose No Protection, a celebrated remix of Massive Attack's Protection, chops up the body of trip-hop, patches it back together, and reanimates the corpse.
His study of Brancusi, for example, reanimates our sense of the Rumanian's "White Magic" by exploring his penchant for Celtic imagery, his affinities with the 11th-century Tibetan ascetic Milarepa, and his unexpected '30s temple project for the Maharajah of Indore.
Another cool piece of morbidity comes from Jennie Nichols: brilliant lighting reanimates two huge, if unassuming, human-hair balls.