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revival

1. a new production of a play that has not been recently performed
2. a reawakening of faith or renewal of commitment to religion
3. an evangelistic meeting or service intended to effect such a reawakening in those present
4. the re-establishment of legal validity, as of a judgment, contract, etc.

Revival

A restoration to use after a period of obscurity.
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I told her that Ebenezer Naismith would preach the revival, and that I would build a church great enough in which to house it.
Headquartered in New York, NY with a manufacturing facility in Springfield, NJ, Revival Sash provides custom design and manufacturing of windows and doors for the most discerning contractors and architects in the world.
Shafique said the government was taking all possible steps for the early revival of sick industrial units in Mirpur and Bhimbher.
The JUI-F was the main share holder of the MMA and to strengthen its position again it is much interested in the revival of this religious parties' alliance.
He said we had asked the banks through State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to revive the sick units which, in case of revival, could earn over $1 billion in foreign exchange and create five million jobs.
Greenblatt also surprised everyone when he said that the upcoming revival, which is considered to be Season 9 of the sitcom, will have four additional episodes, making it a total of 16 installments instead of just 12.
The motor show - one of the oldest in the country - will showcase the latest and the best from the automotive world, while the Revival will take fans back to the glory days of Ingliston.
Among his topics are rewriting the historiography of the high church revival, outside influences: continental church tourism, high churchmanship and French Catholics, ecclesiological and contested identities: the parting of ways, and modern destinies: the revival into the 20th century.
In this book, however, the author pries revival converts' testimonies out of the devotional literature in which they have been embedded and places them back into the warp and weft of late colonial politics in which they were first articulated.
Quickly the leaders of the Welsh revival, Daniel Rowland and Howel Harris, made contact with likeminded figures elsewhere - especially George Whitefield and John and Charles Wesley in England.
Folk City: New York and the Folk Music Revival" is a celebration of NYC's role as the center of the folk music revival, from its beginnings in the 1930s and 1940s to its heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as its continuing legacy.
Brown and apostolic leader John Kilpatrick to adapt and apply the stories, insights and principles gleaned from their writings to produce "The Fire That Never Stops: Keys for Sustaining Personal Revival.