revivification


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Given what we know about waqf and its operationalization in vibrant, cosmopolitan Islamic societies prior to the age of global European hegemony, I believe the people now actively involved in the ongoing revivification and revitalization of waqf have to think carefully and systemically about the nature of the macro-economic system implied and entailed by the institution of waqf and in which it is to be embedded.
The renewal, if it is effective, is then incorporated into the body of the tradition in charge of the priesthood, again hardens into spiritless routine, and again invites revivification at the hands of people who have no vested interests in the subject, to the discomfort of those who have.
reposer sur le retour de certaines images, la revivification de moments
A revivification of the elements that made this country great will occur, but only after much suffering.
The revivification of their correspondence bears witness to the practice of love.
Hence, the state of ignorance has definitely shifted since Dunn wrote about this "desideratum in the literature of the Christian Church," which according to him related to the reality of a "Divine Agency working out great spiritual results, and effecting great moral regenerations--an agent who, because He is God, is capable of bringing about the complete transformation and revivification of a fallen and dead humanity.
L'ordre du jour de cette session porte sur plusieurs themes notamment la promotion de l'image de l'islam a travers une mediatisation ciblee et bien reflechie, les garde-fous des Fatwas ou encore la revivification du patrimoine islamique et de la spiritualite musulmane.
The dancing homage to the automobile followed the Forum's intellectual opening -- the launch of a bilingual edition of Waddah Charara's pamphlet "The Islam of Sacred Land and The Islam of State: Revivification and its War on the Tanzimat.
In short, entire communities team up on revivification.
The arm reliquary's revivification, its movement toward members of the congregants who would kiss its fingers, evokes the sensation of objects moving out of the screen into the viewing space in 3-D cinema.
Ces sources ont indique que le bureau du guide avait egalement examine la revivification de la Constitution de 1971 et la publication par le president Morsi d'une nouvelle Declaration constitutionnelle.
Griffith et Lillian Gish), le tout dans une dynamique et une revivification du mythe americain.
A concluding chapter considers William Burroughs, Brett Easton Ellis, and the sociologist Philip Rieff, who pines for "the revivification of the cultural superego," and with whose views Fuchs sympathizes.
During a recent conversation in his studio, Daniel Richter observed that a great deal of contemporary painting comes across as a revivification of the art produced in the twentieth century: "In formal terms, we seem to be bringing the dead to life.
Through the living bodies that are a necessary component of any play, the theater engenders a curious sense of revivification when it treats historical matter because the bodies of actors on stage are more like the bodies of historical figures than any sculpture.