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Our administrators see the revivification of the Cameron University Honors Program as an important component of their "Centennial Plan," and they have appointed me to make that revivification happen.
66) In this respect, muthos in the dialogues are not a repudiation of poetry as such, but a revivification of it.
Mernissi however argues that there exists a contradictory "implicit theory" of female sexuality, as epitomized in Imam Ghazali's The Revivification of Religious Sciences, an eleventh century classical work.
But such maternalism needs to be seen as both positive and negative, and not only in its partial revivification of elements of patriarchal relations--although obviously this set of issues must not be ignored in any way.
I mourn the stillborn hopes of Vatican II but do not feel compelled to spend another 25 years struggling for their revivification.
I thought this was just a revivification of the ancient (well .
Against this colonial paradigm is posed the problematic revivification of the image of the baboon as original inhabitant in the "postcolonial" novels of Daphne Rooke, Nadine Gordimer and Justin Cartwright, which uphold historic black claims to land rather than undercut them.
Their revivification and reinsertion into all political and social dialogue is a prerequisite for an effective cyberethics as for the resolution of other questions in social ethics.
If the information is available, adherence remains possible and some languages, for example, have been the objects of major efforts of revivification.
Revivification of rehabilitation: Evidence from the 1980s.
McColvin was inspired not just by the prospect of reconstruction but of revivification also.
Annie Proulx; the revivification of the Western landscape as a place of mythic resonance in the writing of Larry McMurtry and Cormac McCarthy; and the energizing reassessment of the 'New West' landscape in the contemporary Native American and Chicano fiction of writers such as Louise Erdrich and Rudolfo Anaya.
An initiating practitioner of a homegrown marvelous real, Toni Morrison emplotted the writerly seeking in Song of Solomon (1977) with Gullah folkways transposed to a Virginia mountain setting--where a member of the materially successful but zombied Dead family seeks revivification through previously maligned second sighted or "country" authorities and through the incorporating re-memory of a children's ring dance.
Storing it away until the secret of eternal life and the revivification of corpses are discovered?
Once a breath of fresh air on network TV, these ``Girls'' could use a little revivification themselves.