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vi·tal·ize

(vī'tăl-īz),
To endow with vital force.
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In many of these cases, the funds are being established in cooperation with the public-private sector fund Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation of Japan (REVIC) or the DBJ.
The reason for Yamaha Motor's participation in this project is to further research on the relationship between motorcycle riding and brain stimulation in the context of the Ryuta Kawashima Laboratory's studies in the area of "Smart Aging Society" and hopefully connect it to vitalization of the motorcycle market.
University Hospitals in the Kingdom are currently witnessing an era of vitalization towards technology and science through the initiation of electronic transactions, aiming at elevating the efficiency of their medical services.
Red Hat cooperates with Jboss in product promotion and vitalization technology promotion.
Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Kunio Hatoyama released the plan, a centerpiece of his regional vitalization package, at a news conference.
"It's part of a neighbourhood vitalization project, started by the neighbours here who want to see the character of the neighbourhood change," Van Rosendaal says.
Vitalization Act, directed establishment of the Office of
the next morning chiefly to attract businesspeople for regional economic vitalization.
The creditors have been pushing Daiei to place itself under the supervision of the Industrial Re vitalization Corp.
Drawing from Lewis's and Weintraub's (1976) concept of "transitive vitalization," Atkins observed that the mother can facilitate the emotional presence of the father even when he is physically absent.
The "paternalistic era" stretched from 1921 to 1965--from the beginnings of the commissioner system to the vitalization of the Players Association.
A ''neighborhood gossip'' site on the Internet launched by people of Tottori Prefecture, the least populated in Japan, is providing a forum for new ideas for regional vitalization.