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to rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence

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He concocted a mad scheme to reanimate Washington's body and bring him back from the dead.
Although Victor is evasive as to how he actually reanimates his hideous amalgam of lifeless limbs and stilled organs, he offers very specific details about the ominous evening of its birth: "It was on a dreary night of November that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils.
Worse, when confronted by less-than-terrific results from free market experimentation, wizened First World economists suddenly reanimate as 19th-century snake oil salesmen, prescribing more of the same tonic that ails us: "Been trying it for 20 years and your people are still starving, your foreign debt is even larger, and your politicians more corrupt?
Through a melange of folklore, historical accounts, poetry, song, legends and images of paintings, engravings and drawings, the authors reanimate the slavery era and the lives of incredible women who so brilliantly survived.
In this impressive book Michael Freeman sets out to reanimate the shock of the new that impacted on Victorian consciousness, reconstructing a complex contemporary response, from the epic to the banal, across a wide range of texts and testimony.
We hope, with Probe to help reanimate the independent, critical spirit of I.
Did he "call off" the arms race because he - and he alone - understood it could produce no winner, or in hopes of restructuring the Soviet economy for a different competition, or because it was easier to make deals even with a partner as incoherent as Ronald Reagan than it was to reanimate his own society?
In response to this critical need, Omega Performance is offering a complimentary, 60-minute webinar entitled, "Leadership Meltdown: Freeze -- Wait -- Reanimate.
Best known for his flexible and volumetric forms, vibrant paintings, and abstract linear drawings, Lyght creates a wide range of works that analyze the structural properties of painting and reanimate pictorial space as an open system.
Jews have largely vanished from the Arab world, but those looking for a scapegoat, as Drumont did, have found a way to reanimate the "collective powerful Jew," imagining a hidden Jewish hand that conspires to throw their cities and countries into turmoil.
In a world where some people are necromancers, Molly's ability to reanimate bodies with a part of their soul--creating zombies--is not unusual.
Seeking to reanimate literary analysis, Womack (English, Emory University) crafts a startling new literary criticism grounded in historical inquiry, personal narrative, political analysis, and even fiction.
Influenced by the success of bionic limbs, surgeons Craig Senders and Travis Tollefson of the University of California, Davis, have got the idea of using artificial polymer muscles to reanimate the facial features of people suffering from severe paralysis.
1 to 12)," he seeks to reanimate and reconstruct theaforementioned UWM episode in twelve photographs shot on-site at what was known in 1967 as the Commerce Building.
It also stands for the hope, the spark that burns even when we cannot see it, the spark that can return to reanimate our lives, our people and our nation.