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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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The Prime Minister will meet the captains of industry on 29 July to review steps to revive the economy," a statement from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said today.
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The United States special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell has briefed representatives of the International Quartet meeting in Brussels about US efforts to revive the stalled peace process, the Jordanian daily AD DUSTOUR reported on Thursday.
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