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to give or impart vitality and energy to (someone or something)

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Adding a splash of colour with cushions and throws is also a simple way to add interest and invigorate your space.
With the launch of BP gasoline with Invigorate, BP and I are searching for compelling stories of how Americans relate to this message, and we'll reward 21 lucky entrants
NATO'S enlargement to take in seven former communist countries from Eastern Europe will invigorate the alliance and strengthen its ability to fight ``global terrorists who hate freedom,'' President George Bush said last night.
Mike Hruby, president of Boxborough, Mass-based business-process outsourcing firm VentureMethods, today proposed a series of initiatives that could invigorate Massachusetts' entrepreneurial climate.
14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- WeissComm Group today announced that it has launched Invigorate Communications, a full-service public relations agency focused on serving the diverse communications needs of leading biopharmaceutical, device, healthcare service and consumer companies, particularly those interested in building health-based brands.
Resnick said, "The industry leaders joining our executive committee and board of governors will provide the Real Estate Board and New York's political leadership with sound advice as we work together to invigorate our city's economy.
Seeking a partner to invigorate its torpid local telephone strategy, the AT&T Corp.
Vogelsang-Eastwood expects the Cayonu discovery to invigorate the study of ancient textiles.
Featuring artwork that is strong and current, yet delightfully different, the Third & Wall Poster Collection is designed to invigorate the marketplace and distinguish its clients' product offerings.
The types of scents can be broken down into those which invigorate, such as peppermint, menthol, eucalyptus and herbs (for active sports and exercises like aerobics); those which foster concentration (for sports like golf or tennis), such as rosemary, basil, ginger and juniper, or the relaxed focus enhanced by lavender, rose, sandalwood or frankincense (for yoga).
And he'll be among young people - those who invigorate him the most.
The Team leverages the latest usability standards and design techniques to captivate prospective students, invigorate current students, and connect to alumni.
His ability to launch and invigorate consumer brands makes him a valuable addition to the Coors leadership team.
VG - ZMGQ: Designed to improve and invigorate the liver and kidney and help prevent premature graying of hair;
That, coupled with the entrance into the weight loss market, should greatly invigorate the company's sagging stock price and bring new interest to the company from Broker Dealers and new investors.