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to make alive

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UPMC, an integrated healthcare provider and insurer, is forming a partnership with Vivify Health.
This columnist is constantly looking out for new venues to visit and vivify which means that I am often dependant on my circle of friends to reveal the location of some establishment whether they have dined royally or not, been ripped off, amazed at the value, disappointed at the service and so on.
In a blog entry, Hoshino wrote, "The power of words to break apart the violence of the majority, to vivify the position of the minority, lies not only in the words themselves but also in their context and their emotional core.
Instead, touched and moved by the artist's hand, these works first reveal and deconstruct, and then rearrange and vivify, their own elements--sometimes hidden, sometimes ignored, but always essential.
Various backdrops, including San Francisco and South Africa, provide geographic contexts that vivify the author's inner qualms, while illustrating the different facets that travel adds to her identify.
The soft pastel illustrations balance and vivify the text, adding to its appeal.
Over the course of 19 chapters, Achorn tries hard to vivify Radbourn--no easy task, as the pitcher was the semiliterate son of a butcher who eyed pro baseball as an alternative to meat cutting.
Malik Sohail said religious chauvinism is also taking toll on this fragile industry, he said adding that government should take measures to vivify tourism in Swat and Malakand, which is only source of bread and butter for millions.
What marked Malden as a great actor was not just his uncanny ability to vivify supporting roles while the powerhouse likes of Marlon Brando, George C.
They provide comprehensive, detailed guidelines for developing a qualitative meta-analysis; dispell the notion that meta-analysis cannot be done with qualitative research; identify and rectify many of the issues associated with synthesizing qualitative research; and vivify the process by drawing from their own studies.
To vivify issues of race and AIDS, gay artist Robert Sherer creates art out of blood--literally.
Fadlallah urged Muslims to recover "the horizons of emigration" in an effort to vivify Islam "in the soul of [new] generations.
Whether it is biblical metaphor, karmic logic or enlightened self-interest, the continuous thread of a strong suture stitches a complex set of issues into a coherent sutra that will vivify the current mori-bund dialogue between agriculture, science and religion.
Although Horswell admits the limitations that colonial systems pose to reconstructing knowledge about historical indigenous gender and sexuality, he attempts to vivify the discursive ghosts inscribed in Cieza de Leon's history as he further fleshes out Andean queer tropes of sexuality.
In 1944, fifteen tax executives in New York had the audacity to think that by forming TEI they could vivify what Alexis De Tocqueville had witnessed a century before during his tour of the still-young United States: groups of Americans forming voluntary associations to accomplish together what they could not achieve alone.