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revive

(rĭ-vīv′)
v. re·vived, re·viving, re·vives
v.tr.
To bring back to life or consciousness; resuscitate: revived the passenger who fainted.

re·viv′a·ble adj.
re·viv′er n.
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The new Elvive Rapid Revivers campaign debuted as a television commercial during the Golden Globes telecast earlier this month.
The Chairman PITB Dr.Umar Saif and Chairman PCTB and MD PCTB awarded certificates and shields among the high achievers, who performed well in teaching, delivering model lectures, content revivers and project team.
Reviver by Seth Patrick Publisher Macmillan Priced PS12.99 (ebook PS5.93).
There will come the day when the free will envy the arrested revivers. If by mistake Gruevski is among them, he will definitely have to think over while selecting the people who will have to protect him from some future victims of the revival.
If that's impossible try these instant, calorie- free revivers: Pop a couple of drops of a reviving essential oil onto a paper hanky and inhale.
Although these drinks date back to the nineteenth century, my favorite formulas for Corpse Revivers can be found in the 1930's, in The Savoy Cocktail Book, a collection pulled together by Harry Craddock, head bartender at London"s Savoy Hotel at the time.
Before examining the intellectual maneuvers of Melville's most influential revivers, however, Spark uses Part One of her book to explore thoroughly the "Melville problem": how to understand Melville's own apparently ambivalent response to democracy and its institutional supports.
It doesn't matter whether he (or his revivers) borrowed from Massine, Jooss, and other choreographers because there's a Borlin core: while not always telling stories clearly or making the dancing a simple function of the music's drive, he allowed his sharply drawn, self-assertive characters to cast enigmatic shadows.